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GRID Architects' Hornsey scheme

Work starts on GRID's Hornsey scheme

4 August 2015| By Tim Clark

Mixed-use scheme in north London boasts 270 homes and new supermarket

Aukett Swanke's proposal for Pimlico Road shops and Newson's Yard

Aukett Swanke appointed to convert oldest timber yard into shops

3 August 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Proposal likened to ‘scowl in a row of smiling faces’

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Millbrook House Cardiff by Loyn and Co

Loyn & Co wins top Wales architecture prize for second year running

3 August 2015| By David Blackman

Private house is Cardiff practice’s third Eisteddfod Gold Medal winner

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Number of registered architects hits record high

3 August 2015| By David Blackman

Arb registration increased in 2014 despite new peak in removals for non-payment

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Adjaye museum in Harlem

Adjaye puts Harlem arts project in for planning

3 August 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

$122m project will provide new home for New York’s Studio Museum

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The Gallaudet University campus in Washington DC

Design competition announced for leading US university

31 July 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Pioneering deaf college seeks architect to revamp historic campus in Washington DC

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Carbuncle Cup 2015

Carbuncle Cup: Whittle Building, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge

31 July 2015

This John Simpson Architects-designed neo-gothic student accommodation makes up the fourth side of historic Gisborne Court

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Gensler proposal for Shoreditch High Street - Fairchild Street

Gensler submits plans for City fringe tower

31 July 2015| By David Blackman

Mixed-use building lined up for Shoreditch site

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Allies and Morrison Friargate office

Allies & Morrison wins second Coventry city commission

31 July 2015| By David Blackman

Design competition planned for next buildings

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Loyn & Co Porth Teigr

Loyn & Co wins planning for Cardiff dockland housing

31 July 2015| By David Blackman

Consent marks first residential phase of scheme at Welsh capital’s creative hub

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