Will there be no end to the line of architects coming forward to stand as MPs? Iain Meek has now put himself forward as an independent candidate for Holborn St Pancras, where as a previous Labour activist he helped get Frank Dobson elected in 1979.
Mike Davies, a founding partner of Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners, has been awarded France’s highest civil order.
Property tycoon Simon Halabi has been declared bankrupt, it has emerged.
Japanese architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, who work together as Sanaa, have been announced as the recipients of the 2010 Pritzker Prize.
Yes it's that time of year again, the daffodils are finally out and among those who care the anticipation is building for the announcement of the next Pritzker Prize winner on Sunday. Who will win is really anyone's guess, so it's no surprise that William Hill hadn't been taking bets on the Pritzker when we rang.Calatrava, Steven Holl, Libeskind and Sanaa are among the names being pitched across the blogosphere.
Southwark Council has resolved to grant planning permission for Renzo Piano’s redrawn proposals for the so-called Baby Shard.
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 ...
Enjoy it while it lasts, the grimy integrity of this central London patch will soon be sandblasted off the map
More than 100 of you entered our caption competition to suggest what Fred Goodwin might saying to Peter Morrison as they posed for the cameras, announcing that Goodwin was to become a RMJM employee.
New York Times architecture critic Herbert Muschamp’s legacy is a crop of new buildings rather than his journalism