Architects and technologists clash over regulation and protection of title

The Architects’ Journal Architects and technologists clash over regulation and protection of title The RIBA and the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) have set out strongly opposing views on whether the title ‘architect’ and some functions of building design should be regulated The post Architects and technologists clash over regulation and protection of title… Continue reading Architects and technologists clash over regulation and protection of title

Cany Ash: ‘Risk-averse QSs and contractors overprice retrofit projects’

The Architects’ Journal Cany Ash: ‘Risk-averse QSs and contractors overprice retrofit projects’ In preparation for her World Architecture Festival panel discussion on Carbon, Specification, Retrofit and Re-use, Cany Ash speaks to Rupert Bickersteth The post Cany Ash: ‘Risk-averse QSs and contractors overprice retrofit projects’ appeared first on The Architects’ Journal Rupert Bickersteth Read More

Pilbrow & Partners submits plans for Acton skyscrapers

The Architects’ Journal Pilbrow & Partners submits plans for Acton skyscrapers Pilbrow & Partners has put forward a planning application for a development comprising two 50-storey towers and a 55-storey tower in Acton, west London The post Pilbrow & Partners submits plans for Acton skyscrapers appeared first on The Architects’ Journal Will Ing Read More

‘Everything is sculpture’ – Noguchi at the Barbican

The Architects’ Journal ‘Everything is sculpture’ – Noguchi at the Barbican A Barbican exhibition shines light on the career of a 20th-century sculptor who shaped stone, public space, and lampshades, writes Harriet Jennings The post ‘Everything is sculpture’ – Noguchi at the Barbican appeared first on The Architects’ Journal Simon Aldous Read More

WAF slashes ticket price by 50% for Black Friday

The Architects’ Journal WAF slashes ticket price by 50% for Black Friday World Architecture Festival Digital Edition has announced a special black Friday 50 per cent discount on delegate passes The post WAF slashes ticket price by 50% for Black Friday appeared first on The Architects’ Journal AJ news desk Read More

Squire and Partners completes 13,600sqm mixed-use development in west London

The Architects’ Journal Squire and Partners completes 13,600sqm mixed-use development in west London Squire and Partners has completed a scheme comprising four blocks providing 51 high-end residential apartments and 14 Peabody-managed affordable homes as well as leisure facilities, ground-floor retail, a new office building and landscaped public courtyard The post Squire and Partners completes 13,600sqm… Continue reading Squire and Partners completes 13,600sqm mixed-use development in west London

Six teams shortlisted for South Bermondsey pocket park

The Architects’ Journal Six teams shortlisted for South Bermondsey pocket park New London Architecture (NLA) and Southwark Council have named the six collaborative and emerging design teams competing for an inclusive and low-carbon makeover of Bramcote Park in South Bermondsey The post Six teams shortlisted for South Bermondsey pocket park appeared first on The Architects’… Continue reading Six teams shortlisted for South Bermondsey pocket park

Sunk: Proposed Irish Sea crossing ‘feasible’ but too costly at £205bn+

The Architects’ Journal Sunk: Proposed Irish Sea crossing ‘feasible’ but too costly at £205bn+ Proposals for a crossing between Britain and Northern Ireland appear to have been dealt a fatal blow after a government-backed feasibility study found it would cost at least £205 billion The post Sunk: Proposed Irish Sea crossing ‘feasible’ but too costly… Continue reading Sunk: Proposed Irish Sea crossing ‘feasible’ but too costly at £205bn+