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Julia Park

We can do things when we try

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Covid-19 has exposed many uncomfortable realities but it has also shown what can be achieved in a very short time, writes Julia Park

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What the Brexit deal means for architects

RIBA’s Lucy Monks unpacks how the future-relationship agreement will change everything for the profession, from visiting clients to recognition of qualifications

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Scrapping Erasmus is a tragedy for the next generation of architects

Britain’s exit from the exchange programme has needlessly destroyed something of enormous value, writes Oliver Bayliss

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Building Design’s drawing competition for home-schooled kids – win great prizes

Calling all children aged 5-11: Draw your favourite building and be in with a chance of winning a £100 voucher for art supplies

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50 Wonders | Jeremy Dixon: Hill House Pergola, Hampstead

The co-founder of Dixon Jones introduces the latest in our 50th birthday series

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50 Wonders | Matthew Carmona: Pompidou Centre

The Bartlett professor introduces the latest in our 50th birthday series

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Julia Park

We can do things when we try

2021-01-14T07:00:00+00:00By Julia Park1 comments

Covid-19 has exposed many uncomfortable realities but it has also shown what can be achieved in a very short time, writes Julia Park

Eleanor Jolliffe

Answer the question – and shoulder the responsibility

2021-01-06T07:00:00+00:00By Eleanor Jolliffe5 comments

Dodging questions can have devastating consequences, writes Eleanor Jolliffe

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Designing a better future for 2021 – and the next million years

2020-12-21T07:00:00+00:00By Flora Samuel

Flora Samuel finds some hope in taking the long view

Julia Park

We must keep fighting the battle over PDR

2020-12-17T07:00:00+00:00By Julia Park1 comments

Change is inevitable and town centres need repurposing, but these half-baked proposals need much more thought, writes Julia Park

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Arcadia lost

2020-12-15T07:00:00+00:00By David Rudlin1 comments

As high streets go for a Burton, David Rudlin looks back at how the seeds of destruction were sown

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  • 50 Wonders | Jeremy Dixon: Hill House Pergola, Hampstead

  • Projects of 2020: Triumph and tragedy

  • 50 Wonders | Matthew Carmona: Pompidou Centre

  • Technical Study: Old Admiralty Building, London by BDP

  • 50 Wonders | John Allan: Finsbury Health Centre

  • 50 Wonders | Cindy Walters: Benedictine chapel, Las Condes, Chile

  • 50 Wonders | Phil Coffey: Kimbell Art Museum

  • 50 Wonders | Femi Oresanya: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House

  • 50 Wonders | Stefanie Rhodes: Le Havre

  • 50 Wonders | Stuart Lipton: 1 Finsbury Avenue

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Sam Jacob’s inspiration: Avebury stone circle

2020-10-15T06:00:00+01:00

Wiltshire’s other mysterious Neolithic circle is architecture in its purest form and would give Mies a run for his money, says the FAT co-founder

Eleanor Jolliffe

Answer the question – and shoulder the responsibility

Dodging questions can have devastating consequences, writes Eleanor Jolliffe

New Waverley Square in Edinburgh by Allan Murray Architects

Allan Murray retires and hands practice to his staff

Edinburgh architect latest to become employee ownership trust