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  • US Embassy round up

    Building Design | Blogs | 26 February 2010

    The winning design for America's new embassy building in London has finally been unveiled, but it hasn't won everyone over.First there were reports of a fight "to the death" between jury members Richard Rogers and Lord Palumbo and their American counterparts, then

  • UK firms to design area around US embassy

    Building Design | News | 26 February 2010

    Farrells to masterplan 6ha site, as Kieran Timberlake wins building

  • This weeks ups and downs

    Building Design | News | 26 February 2010

    Hot or not

  • London's US Embassy: The other designs

    Building Design | News | 24 February 2010

    The American Embassy has revealed images of all four of the shortlisted schemes for its new home in Battersea, after naming the scheme by Philadelphia based Kieran Timberlake as the winner of the $1 billion project.

  • US modernist Charles Gwathmey dies

    Building Design | News | 5 August 2009

    One of America’s foremost modernist architects Charles Gwathmey has died in Manhattan aged 71 after suffering from cancer.

  • Cabe criticises plans for new US Embassy

    Building Design | News | 4 August 2009

    Early plans for Britain’s new US Embassy have been attacked by Cabe, which has refused to support the outline planning application.

  • Elitism in Australia and Renzo Piano on working through the recession

    Building Design | Blogs | 15 June 2009

    Renzo says his studio isn't really feeling the effects of the recession, which is nice for him if a little galling for everyone that is. But that doesn't mean he isn't empathetic. Apparently, after the Pompidou, Renzo got no work for years and he now sees leaner times as an opportunity to work on the projects you usually only have time to dream about.And the Australians follow up BD's report on exclusivity in the profession with a stroy on how the profile of the profession is cahnging ...

  • Foster's green light in Moscow and sad news from LA

    Building Design | Blogs | 2 June 2009

    So, yesterday News Junkie was wondering what to give Norman Foster for his birthday and got some entertaining responses (some not suitable for publishing). But now the city of Moscow has trumped us all by coughing up the funds for Foster's stalled Zaryadye project.It's a sad day in LA as the Museum of Contemporary Culture sheds in architecture curator. And the Italians stage one of the most visually arresting protests News Junkie has seen thus far, placing a toilet and lots of toilet ...

  • Details of new embassy revealed

    Building Design | News | 22 May 2009

    The first details of the size and scale of the US Embassy in Battersea have emerged from the outline planning application submitted earlier this month

  • Outlining planning application submitted for 50,000sq m US Embassy

    Building Design | News | 8 May 2009

    An outline planning application for a new US London Embassy in Battersea has been submitted.

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