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Green light for HTA’s reworked Southwark plans

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Major scheme approved four years after intitial plans were rejected over density and design concerns

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Feilden Fowles given go ahead for controversial National Railway Museum expansion

Scheme will require closure of key access road into central York

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Building study: Greenwich Design District

Mole’s Victorian warehouse-inspired timber buildings really stand out among the low-cost rental studio spaces designed for creative industries

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WA100 2022: Digital edition

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WA100 2022: The big list

World Architecture 100: View a table of this year’s top 100 architects

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Zaha Hadid enters WA100 rankings for first time

Biggest practice remains US firm ahead of Chinese newcomer

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WA100 2022: Global business booms back

Optimism is strong, at least for the US and Western Europe, where big firms are vying to woo staff – but China has become a tough market for outsiders, reports David Blackman

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The implications of the Building Safety Act are becoming clearer

2022-08-10T06:00:00+01:00By Andrew Mellor1 comments

The processes around the new act and the associated secondary legislation are now largely finalised, writes Andrew Mellor

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The net zero challenge: feeling is believing

2022-08-09T06:00:00+01:00By Susan Roaf3 comments

Forget everything you thought you knew about building design if you want to achieve net zero, writes Susan Roaf

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Will Oki the radical survive contact with the RIBA?

2022-08-05T06:02:00+01:00By 4 comments

We should all wish Muyiwa Oki well, but he faces an uphill struggle, writes Ben Flatman

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Where was the architecture in Coventry’s year as City of Culture?

2022-08-04T05:00:00+01:00By Joe Holyoak1 comments

Why has Coventry turned its back on its rich 20th century architectural heritage, asks Joe Holyoak

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How to bring others along on your net zero carbon journey

2022-08-03T05:45:00+01:00By Satish Jassal,

Net zero is achievable but the profession has a vital role to play in teaching other stakeholders how it’s done, writes Satish Jassal.

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Why is it so difficult to build a high street?

2022-08-02T06:00:00+01:00By David Rudlin

We can create thriving new high streets, but it requires curation and a different financial model, writes David Rudlin.

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