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  • Piers Gough's inspiration: The Barbican by Chamberlin, Powell & Bon

    Building Design | Building Studies | 07 May 2010

    When Piers Gough came to study at the AA in the sixties, the Barbican represented the three-dimensional future of the city. Here he looks at how its baroque confidence has influenced his buildings

  • Sejima lines up stars for Venice

    Building Design | News | 6 May 2010

    Herzog & de Meuron, OMA, Toyo Ito, and Arup’s Cecil Balmond are among the star names asked to exhibit at the Venice Biennale by curator Kazuyo Sejima.

  • BD's guide to your cultural week — April 26 to May 2

    Building Design | Review | 26 April 2010

    OMA puts pen to paper at the AA with the first retrospective of the practice's books. There's also plenty of photographic shows to keep the snappers happy with an exploration of civic space and the limitations and virtues of the medium

  • Hague’s all-singing and dancing shortlist

    Building Design | News | 23 April 2010

    Authorities in The Hague have revealed 16 shortlisted designs for a new 44,000sq m dance and music centre for the Dutch city.

  • OMA wins Quebec museum competition

    Building Design | News | 1 April 2010

    OMA has won a competition to create a 12,000sq m extension to the Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec (MNBAQ).

  • SFMOMA - the usual suspects plus Adjaye

    Building Design | Blogs | 22 March 2010

    When Americans want a new architecturally adventurous museum, it seems that they like to stick close to a well worn path. The latest starchitect riddled shortlist to be leaked for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art extension is certainly no exception, despite the rumoured addition of David Adjaye and Peter Zumthor…Thus far, nine names are being bandied about for the list, which is either eight or twelve names strong depending which news source you read.The museum ...

  • Danish firm wins International Criminal Court contract despite coming second in competition

    Building Design | News | 11 March 2010

    Danish architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen has won the contract to build the new €190 million headquarters for the International Criminal Court in The Hague, despite coming second in the competition for the project.

  • This week's ups & downs

    Building Design | News | 5 March 2010

    Hot and not

  • Fretton associate forms new practice

    Building Design | News | 3 March 2010

    Sandy Rendel, an associate at Tony Fretton Architects, has announced that he is to set up a new London-based Sandy Rendel Architects.

  • Strong shortlist for new Design Museum

    Building Design | News | 3 March 2010

    Tony Fretton, Stanton Williams, David Chipperfield, John Pawson, Caruso St John, Haworth Tompkins and Dutch firm Claus en Kaan are in the race to create a new home for the Design Museum inside London’s former Commonwealth Institute building.

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