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Eleanor Jolliffe

Put self-interest aside and focus on the future of the profession

The response in some quarters to the Future Architects Front’s concerns reflects a profession with work to do to improve its practices and image, writes Eleanor Jolliffe

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Rethinking Design: How can we prepare schools for another pandemic?

Jordan Marshall reports on how architects are trying to future-proof school buildings while making new-builds net zero

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The future standards initiatives imply action – but fail to provide key detail

Despite a huge response to its consultations the government has yet to give industry the guidance it needs for a national response to the climate crisis, Seb Laan Lomas and Joe Giddings write

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50 Wonders | Christopher Lee: Moriyama House, Tokyo

The Serie Architects principal introduces the latest in our 50th birthday series

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50 Wonders | Sarah Wigglesworth: Teatro Regio, Turin

The architect behind the influential Stock Orchard Street project introduces the latest in our series

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WA100 2021: Brighter light on the horizon

The world is a different place from this time last year

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Eleanor Jolliffe

Put self-interest aside and focus on the future of the profession

2021-03-02T07:00:00+00:00By Eleanor Jolliffe

The response in some quarters to the Future Architects Front’s concerns reflects a profession with work to do to improve its practices and image, writes Eleanor Jolliffe

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The Coach: What got us here isn’t going to get us there

2021-02-24T07:00:00+00:00By Louise Rodgers1 comments

Working from home will be more complicated once lockdown eases and directors may have to take tough decisions, writes Louise Rodgers

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Kids doing wheelies, and other ways of valuing land

2021-02-22T07:00:00+00:00By Flora Samuel

Much work needs to be done in joining up the agendas of food, homes and health – but interesting things are happening, writes Flora Samuel

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Unlocking the code with one of its authors

2021-02-18T07:00:00+00:00By David Rudlin2 comments

Writing exclusively for Building Design, David Rudlin, who worked on the new national model design code, argues it will give ammunition to planners

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National Gallery contest is an amazing opportunity – which should be shared

2021-02-17T07:00:00+00:00By 5 comments

If the director is serious about ‘healing the nation’ he needs to address that with a more diverse procurement process, writes Elizabeth Hopkirk

Julia Park

In the face of planning deregulation, the new design codes might be our last line of defence

2021-02-15T07:00:00+00:00By Julia Park

Will they prove strong enough to save our high streets, asks Julia Park

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  • Building Study: 22 Handyside Street, King’s Cross, by Coffey Architects

  • 50 Wonders | Christopher Lee: Moriyama House, Tokyo

  • Building Study: Barts Square, London, by Sheppard Robson

  • 50 Wonders | Sarah Wigglesworth: Teatro Regio, Turin

  • 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

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WA100 2021: Digital edition

Building Design’s annual analysis of the state of play in architecture, listing all the top practices, identifying the leaders in different specialisms, markets and regions, and looking to the year ahead in architecture

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Eleanor Jolliffe

Put self-interest aside and focus on the future of the profession

The response in some quarters to the Future Architects Front’s concerns reflects a profession with work to do to improve its practices and image, writes Eleanor Jolliffe

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Nimtim Architects wins Becontree centenary competition

Public realm contest at Britain’s biggest council estate was aimed at diverse practices