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McCarthy Stone is taking a new look at old age
Architects are growing frustrated with the system for certifying green buildings — but big changes are on the way
Andrés Duany is trying to import his radical view of urbanism from Miami to the Moray Firth. Ellis Woodman met him
Britain’s public libraries grew out of an age of civic pride and self-improvement. Now, adrift in a privatised digital world, their architectural presence needs celebrating more than ever
Legal claims from workers exposed to dangerous materials can come decades after the event. BD investigates a worrying trend
BD’s A to Z guide on how to start an architecture practice
Housing association in need of architects as framework grows
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Technology companies are leading the charge away from traditional office design
A ‘cookie-cutting’ approach to working internationally only diminishes architects, says Charles Correa
Last week’s debate saw a tentative rapprochement between classical and modern
When the recession hit, one of the UK’s leading architects had to battle to keep his best projects. Now he’s firmly back on track – with a notable Urban Splash recruit in tow
How do free schools get built? Is there work in free schools for architects like you? Find out with our quick guide and special report …
Though architects played a large part in the first wave of free schools, cost-cutting has seen good design sidelined.
After a tumultuous five years, Dubai is again emerging as a safe haven for investors
With 18 pubs closing each week, part of the UK’s street history is vanishing. Yet many of the finest documented by Ian Nairn are still there to be celebrated
10 years after the invasion or Iraq, Llewelyn Davies Yeang is one of the first UK practices to venture into the devastated region around the northern city of Mosul with an expansive new masterplan says project director Robert Powell.
All eyes may have been on London last week at Mipim, but many in Cannes feared the capital could be set to overheat.
A new approach to this under-utilised method could be a key part of solving the housing crisis
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