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Crane

Dole figures plummet towards pre-recession levels

18 September 2014| By David Rogers

July 2008 was last time more than 230 architects were signing on

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Gloriana visualisation by Foster & Partners

Foster's Gloriana boathouse not sunk yet

18 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Architect keeps project as neighbouring borough offers to give royal barge a home

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Essential Living - Swiss Cottage - private rented sector - Grid Architects

Grid's Swiss Cottage tower kicked out

18 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Former English Heritage director dubbed flats ‘monstrous’

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John Thompson & Partners' Silvertown Way scheme in east London

John Thompson nabs east London housing

18 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Architect will design 1,100 mixed-tenure homes in £360m scheme

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The disused Folkestone Harbour railway station remains a testimony to the countless travellers who have passed through the town

Point of departure

18 September 2014| By Amanda Baillieu

People once flocked to Folkestone. Amanda Baillieu wonders whether an empty, windswept site holds the key to turning the end-of-the-line town in Kent back into a destination.

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Paul Davis Ningbo

Paul Davis masterplan for Chinese city

18 September 2014| By David Rogers

Scheme at Ningbo covers 120,000sq m

Helsinki Guggenheim

More than 1,700 enter Helsinki Guggenheim competition

17 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

News comes as rival contest launched

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KPF Pinnacle

Pinnacle design is dead

17 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

City design chief predicts new application with entirely new design approach

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Architect who bust client's budget by £79k hit with Arb fine

17 September 2014| By David Rogers

Hearing says client wasn’t given proper reason for why house would cost more

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Al Maryah Island_RSHP

RSHP nabs first Middle East job – despite Rogers' stance

17 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Abu Dhabi project comes days after Richard Rogers says he avoids deserts

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Practice

careers feature

Going from over here to over there

11 September 2014| By Joey Gardiner

Global construction is set to boom over the next decade, so where are UK construction consultants most in demand?

Matthew Turner

Dear Matthew: Should I teach?

2 September 2014| By Matthew Turner

BD’s career doctor on the benefits and strains of combining practice and academia

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