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The fate of Old Flo could have been very different if she had stayed in the East End
Architecture students find signs of life at a west London traffic blot, writes Elizabeth Hopkirk
Drinking fountains have played an important part in London’s history for over 150 years, so why won’t the Royal Parks do more to look after them?
2G’s abandonment of print is just the latest indication of a crisis sweeping architectural publishing.
Architecture is peppered with style prejudice, laments Robert Adam
We asked our Twitter followers why they do what they do: Lego featured strongly in the answers.
Elizabeth Hopkirk questions BD readers’ pragmatic response to David Chipperfield’s demolition plan
Email. Print. Read. Highlight. File.
UrbanLab’s archive films painted a grim picture of the future - then and now, finds Elizabeth Hopkirk
An architectural retreat in the heart of chaotic Marrakech
Why do architects do what they do?
A rich public school could use it as a sports hall
A journey through an old art bin
The Shard beats the Empire State Building for humour, finds Elizabeth Hopkirk
Views from the top of the Shard
BD’s top 2013 property tips for the aspirational home-buying architect
Our charity riders will be suited and booted by the best
It’s the time of year for predictions. But what else has been going on in the Christmas break?
Architecture is quite a unique profession in terms of the range of skills you realistically need
With Stuart Lipton on board, things are looking up for Tottenham
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