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  • Fresh twist takes Heron tower rivalry to new heights

    Building Design | News | 9 October 2009

    KPF and PLP each declare victory as client Gerald Ronson says he will retain both practices

  • RIBA 2009 awards winners unveiled

    Building Design | News | 21 May 2009

    Allies & Morrison and Niall McLaughlin Architects are the big winners in this year’s RIBA Awards, collecting four prizes each for architectural excellence.

  • Shortlist for London's new US embassy revealed

    Building Design | News | 5 January 2009

    Thomas Mayne's Morphosis Architects, SOM, KPF and Richard Meier & Partners are among nine firms on the all-American shortlist to design Britain’s £275 million new US embassy.

  • Kohn Pedersen Fox designs vast terminal for Abu Dhabi airport

    Building Design | News | 22 September 2008

    Plans for one of the world’s largest airport terminals at Abu Dhabi International Airport have been unveiled by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.

  • The architecture market in China

    Building Design | News | 1 April 2007

    Architects face the same dilemma that many other industries confront in China: the demand for their services is enormous, but it is devilishly hard to actually make money.

  • Full speed ahead

    Building Design | News | 2007 World Architecture 100

    The global demand for architecture services appears to be accelerating, and there are plenty of opportunities for practices to establish themselves internationally. We asked specialist writers to assess the opportunities in five key battlegrounds— India, Europe, China, the Middle East and the United States

  • Glasgow client lambasts RMJM project handling

    Building Design | News | 13 May 2005

    Will Hurst

  • Spotcheck: Scotland

    Building Design | News | 19 November 2004

    Castle conversion The ruined Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire, reputed to have inspired Bram Stoker to write Dracula, is to be converted into holiday homes after Aberdeenshire council last week gave outline planning permission, subject to approval by the Scottish Executive and Scottish Natural Heritage. The £9 million scheme, designed by Acanthus Architects Douglas Forrest, provoked local opposition because the ruins have become a major tourist attraction.

  • Green

    Building Design | Archive Titles | 9 July 2002

    Shortlist of entrants for the Green award

  • 11 in the frame for Luxembourg bank job

    Building Design | Archive Titles | 16 April 2002

    Eleven top practices have been shortlisted to design a new Luxembourg headquarters for the European Investment Bank, the European Union’s main lending institution.

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