• The world’s hottest projects in 2020

  • Building Study: Auckland Tower, County Durham, by Niall McLaughlin

  • Building Study: Walker’s Court, Soho, by Soda Studio

  • Technical Study: Stratford Pavilion by Acme

  • Building Study: Zayed Centre, Great Ormond Street, by Stanton Williams

  • Building Study: Marmalade Lane, Cambridge, by Mole Architects

  • Technical Study: Science Museum supporters’ centre, by Hat Projects

  • Building Study: The Twist, Norway, by BIG

  • Technical Study: Beaconsfield Mews cohousing, London, by Stolon Studio

  • Building Study: Tintagel Bridge, Cornwall, by William Matthews Associates





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Jane Kennedy’s inspiration: Manchester Town Hall


The Purcell partner on a building that had a guiding influence at the start of her career and has continued to delight ever since

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Making the world a better place - through design

2019-11-13T07:00:00+00:00By 2 comments

Building Design has launched a new initiative placing social value at the heart of our coverage

David Rudlin

Housing that hits the heights of mediocrity

2020-01-21T12:38:00+00:00By David Rudlin3 comments

David Rudlin considers how we should respond to today’s National Housing Audit

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Should architects be paid more?

2020-01-21T07:00:00+00:00By Martyn Evans4 comments

Building Design’s client columnist looks at how this might actually happen in the real world - and it involves relationships

Julia Park

The housing legacy of the 2010s

2020-01-16T07:00:00+00:00By Julia Park

Julia Park manages to find a few things to cheer as she looks back over the last decade

Ben Flatman

The fight to save Kolkata’s heritage is part of the wider struggle over India’s identity

2020-01-15T07:00:00+00:00By Ben Flatman

It’s about much more than bricks and mortar, writes Ben Flatman

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Our first forays into delivering social value

2020-01-09T07:00:00+00:00By Andrew Mellor

Andrew Mellor outlines how local consultation altered a regeneration project in Truro

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