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21.07.11 in sustainability 

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As a preface to an upcoming article on prefab housing, which may not be ready for a while… here is a Grand Designs repeat about the construction of a german Keep Reading...

21.05.11 in buildings 

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see more open website in same window Sharing it around

Richard Rogers on Rogers Stirk Harbour:

“The directors have no ownership, we have no shares and we don’t get anything when we leave the practice.

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29.05.10 in practice 

Architect / protaganist: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

see more open website in same window Tall in timber

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21.10.09 in sustainability timber

Architect / protaganist: Waugh Thistleton Architects

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see more open website in same window The unmemorable Stonehenge centre

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stonehenge visitors centre

After years of hesitation, a shrunken visitor’s centre designed by Denton Corker Marshall will finally be built.

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17.10.09 in buildings 

Architect / protaganist: Denton Corker Marshall [DCM]

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see more open website in same window Will lies

He didn’t leave his own firm to become a painter, because the planners were horrible to him.

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02.10.09 in architects 

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see more open website in same window Architecture terribly exclusive, except for the pay

Flying around twitter… “Architecture is the most socially exclusive profession in the UK, ahead of law, medicine and accountancy, according to research by the Cabinet Office… Documents released by the Cabinet Office’s panel for Fair Access to the Professions show it costs more to qualify as an architect — over £60,000 — than any other profession.

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30.06.09 in practice education

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see more open website in same window Fee fall

A warning from the RIBA president, Sunand Prasad, in Keep Reading...

17.06.09 in practice 

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see more open website in same window Wallpapertube

Wallpaper* Magazine opened its video channel last month.

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09.03.09 in video-portals 

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I was just sent the link to this hilarious but rather old article from last May – about an architect who seems to have snapped while writing a planning report for a farm shed somewhere in the UK.

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22.02.09 in weird-wonderful planning

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After a false start or two, DCM has been reappointed as architects for the Stonehenge Visitor’s Centre in the U.

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17.02.09 in architects 

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Poor old Jonathan Glancey at the Keep Reading...

05.11.08 in urban-design 

see more open website in same window Unlovely memories

The New Zealand and Australian war memorials in Westminster, London, have been criticised as ugly, bristlingly unlovely, and in the case of the Australian one by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer and Janet Laurence, ‘a urinal’.

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14.02.08 in architects 

see more open website in same window Robert Hughes on Modernism

The UK Guardian had a large feature section on Modernism in 2006, on the occasion of a major exhibition opeing at the V&A.

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13.09.06 in theory 

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see more open website in same window micro compact home

Horden Cherry Lee has developed the “Micro Compact Home” which come in small pods that can be clipped together.

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07.08.05 in architects 

Architect / protaganist: Horden Cherry Lee Architects

see more open website in same window The Shape Of Things To Come

A Business Week interview with Jan Kaplicky of Future Systems in 2005.

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02.08.05 in profiles 

Architect / protaganist: Future Systems

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