Emily Cadman

  • Blogs

    Eric Parry the video star?


    Eric Parry fans might be interested in the firm's latest set of videos – which are far removed from the normal architectural fly-thoughs.Instead of animated CGIs, Parry takes the reader on a walk through of their completed Westminster projects – including St Martin in the Fields and the commercial Savile ...

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    Rock's artwork gets a stage


    A retrospective of former RIBA president David Rock’s work has opened at a Spitalfields gallery, but it’s his artwork rather than his buildings that are the focus of the exhibition.David Rock: from 50s Architectural Drawings to Recent Paintings spans his whole career from early student drawings to his most recent ...

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    Muf to curate Venice Biennale’s British Pavilion


    London-based practice Muf has been confirmed as curator of the British Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale.

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    Heritage goes high-tech


    These images wouldn’t look out of place on the wall of an art gallery but they are actually the fruits of a high-tech heritage project to survey Scotland’s most important sites.The cutting-edge portraits show 15th-century Rosslyn Chapel, near Edinburgh.[gallery link="file" columns="2"]A combined team from Historic Scotland and the digital design ...

  • News

    Lava's origami tigers to mark Chinese New Year in Sydney


    Laboratory for Visionary Architecture (Lava) has designed these two giant tigers to mark Chinese New Year at Customs House, Sydney.

  • Polyark provides social networking for architectural education.

    BD launches Student Space


    Today we are launching a new bdonline section: Student Space.

  • News

    Happy Christmas


    Happy Christmas and best wishes for the New Year from bdonline. We’ll be taking a short break over the holiday season, with normal service set to resume on January 4.

  • Blogs

    Feeling flush?


    Architects feeling flush this Christmas should get their hands on a new £100 banknote featuring the legendary Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.The note, produced by the Clydesdale Bank, marks the 100th anniversary of Glasgow School of Art’s famous Mackintosh building and also the Year of Homecoming, a series of ...

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    What’s in store for IT developments in 2010


    If augmented reality is one of the emerging trends for 2010, what are the others?

  • News

    Cambridge students build cardboard pavilion


    This cardboard pavilion was designed and built by Cambridge students to host their start of term opening party.

  • Blogs

    MacCormac's Maggie's Centre starts to take shape


    News Junkie is pleased to see that Richard MacCormac's Maggie's Centre in the Cotswolds is beginning to take shape.Construction begun in September, with opening slated for summer 2010.Here are the latest construction shots – alongside the CGIs.[gallery link="file"]Unusually for the Maggie's Centre oeuvre, rather than a standalone building, MacCormac's design ...

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    Curl La Tourelle and sketching


    Inspired by the tragic death of a colleague, Curl La Tourelle has introduced sketching challenges into their monthly design exchanges.

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    Westminster University offers free courses to recession-hit architects


    Westminster University is offering 1,500 free places on career development courses for unemployed, or under-employed, architects and other built environment professionals.

  • News

    Tube art goes on display at King’s Cross


    The first permanent piece of artwork on the London Underground since Paolozzi’s mosaics at Tottenham Court Road in 1984 has opened.

  • Blogs

    Pop ups - the trend continues


    Pop-up restaurants, pop-up shops, pop-up city farms - the trend just won't go away.I'm unsure what to think about them - the much hyped Somerset House bar was just a bit cold and uncomfortable when I went, and definitely looked better from a distance.But, they do have the great advantage ...

  • Archial Architects' Small Animal Hospital for Glasgow University

    Archial veterinary hospital wins Andrew Doolan prize


    Archial Architects' Small Animal Hospital for Glasgow University has won the UK's richest architecture prize.

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    American Embassy sold to Qatari Diar


    The American Embassy in Grosvenor Square has been sold to Qatari Diar Real Estate.

  • Maggie's Centre London by Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners

    Rogers' Maggie's Centre wins the Stirling Prize


    Maggie’s Centre London by Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners has won the 2009 Stirling Prize.

  • Blogs

    Living installations take centre stage


    Cheesed off that the public takes your buildings for granted? Seething that they walk straight in without admiring the fine materials and external detailing you sweated over?Then rejoice! This weekend Austrian artist Willi Dorner brings his living installation, Bodies in Urban Space, to London. His performers get up close and ...

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    Digital option for BD readers in postal strikes


    Over the last couple of months there have been an ongoing series of ad hoc postal strikes across the country.

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