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Building Design | News | 1 April 2010
DSDHA’s Deborah Saunt has won a prestigious £30,000 research grant from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851
Building Design | Building Studies | 01 April 2010
The founders of DSDHA revisit Versailles and reveal why it’s the gardens, not the chateau, that matter
Building Design | Building Studies | 05 March 2010
The surreal landscapes of the Rolex Learning Centre in Lausanne belie a more traditional belief in the link between open spaces and education
Building Design | News | 9 February 2010
The deadline is looming for this year’s Grand Design Awards which will be hosted by TV presenter Kevin McCloud.
Building Design | News | 28 January 2010
Fletcher Priest Architects has drawn up detailed plans for how the thousands of athletes and officials who will converge on east London for the 2012 Olympics will be accommodated.
Building Design | Building Studies | 22 January 2010
A year after its opening, DSDHA’s special needs school is joined on the site by the practice’s fantastically impressive Christ’s College secondary school
Building Design | News | 20 January 2010
Keith Williams Architects has been appointed to develop a long-term strategy to develop Croydon’s Fairfield Halls arts venue.
Building Design | News | 30 November 2009
London-based Neu Architects in collaboration with LOCI Design has won the final contest in a series of competitions aiming to transform six Lancashire towns.
Building Design | Analysis | 27 November 2009
Is the Great Spaces scheme a dilution of the previous mayor’s programme or a refinement?
Building Design | News | 6 November 2009
Unemployment levels among architecture graduates have more than quadrupled in a year according to new figures released this week by the Higher Education Careers Services Unit (Hecsu)
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Peter Barber’s extension to ET Hall’s Arts and Crafts offices
Long & Kentish's grade II-listed artists studios on a St Ives beach
BD's agony uncle helps an architect cope with a noisy office
Ralph Erskine’s pioneering Byker estate in Newcastle
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