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Russell Curtis, director of RCKa

The choice was between flat-pack and Frank Gehry

23 April 2014| By Russell Curtis

Russell Curtis on why he’s convinced the time is finally right for his practice to embrace BIM

Economic recovery

Recovery strengthens in Scotland and northern England

23 April 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Under-employed architects at lowest level in 15 years

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Heatherwick Studio's Al Fayah Park, Abu Dhabi: Shaded gardens

Heatherwick appointed to design Abu Dhabi city park

23 April 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Columns will shade flower beds and picnic spots

Olympic Campus: A new headquarters for the IOC

3XN trumps British rivals to win Olympic HQ

23 April 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

AL_A and Farshid Moussavi among vanquished finalists

Stitch Studio and Maccreanor Lavington's Acton Gardens redevelopment, west London

Stitch and Maccreanor Lavington win planning in Acton

23 April 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Architects are working on third phase of £600m redevelopment

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Welcome to the world of BIM

23 April 2014| By Thomas Lane

BD’s new BIM Taskforce will help architects navigate the complex landscape of technology, protocols and government requirements

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the John Soane Museum

David Chipperfield to help steer the Soane

23 April 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Architect and art dealer join board of trustees

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David Miller Architects' Aldgate hotel

Why architects should engage with BIM before it’s too late

22 April 2014| By David Miller

Architects need to move fast to avoid being marginalised, warns David Miller

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David Shepherd, HOK's London BIM manager

What's it all about, IFC?

22 April 2014| By David Shepherd

History teaches us that open file formats need to be handled with care, says David Shepherd

BIM Academy's third consecutive international Build Live competition win came after designing a convention centre in Sydney with a team of 63 people in eight cities across three continents

It's about having more than one smart person in the room

22 April 2014| By Sam Collard

Britain - and Geordies in particular - are leading the way in BIM, says Sam Collard


Growing your business

Dear Matthew: How do I expand my practice without losing control?

15 April 2014| By Matthew Turner

Our careers expert on learning to delegate as your architecture firm grows

online dating

Dear Matthew: Should I help my colleague find a date online?

14 April 2014| By Matthew Turner

Our agony uncle on how to avoid annoying workmates and get back to the architecture


Team 1: Natural History Museum competition

Natural History Museum competition won by Niall McLaughlin

By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Architect beat Stanton Williams, Feilden Clegg Bradley and BIG

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