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Peter Shaw, left, who becomes global board director of Aedas, with Keith Griffiths, chairman of Aedas.

Aedas buys RHWL with an eye on Asia

26 January 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Merger will strengthen Aedas’s cultural work

Florala Properties and HHbR - Proposed view from London Wall looking west

Robert Smirke architect speaks out over decision to quit job

26 January 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Simon Henley tells replacement firm Jamie Fobert the project is a ‘poisoned chalice’

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Kengo Kuma's revised V&A Dundee design

New York practice puts boot in to V&A over soaring Dundee costs

26 January 2015| By David Rogers

‘We all knew it never could be built to budget,’ Rex tells BD


Architects busier than ever, RIBA survey says

26 January 2015| By David Rogers

Under-employment at lowest since Future Trends survey started

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Rafael Viñoly

Rafael Vinoly scoops £60m Manchester job

26 January 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Project follows Jestico & Whiles’ scheme

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Mikyoung Kim Design's Crown Sky Gardens - Integrating gardens as an essential feature not an additional luxury

Why designing 'tree views' into your hospital is so important

26 January 2015| By Oliver Heath

Designer, writer and television presenter Oliver Heath digs through the research to demonstrate how biophilic design can improve lives and save money for healthcare clients

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Islington house Autor

The one-storey building refused planning because it is too high

23 January 2015| By David Rogers

Appeal lodged over Islington’s decision to boot out award-winning scheme

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Walkie Talkie - the Fenchurch balcony with solar panels visible

Gallery: The view from the Walkie Talkie

23 January 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

BD has lunch in the Sky Garden

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Clifford's Tower, York

Hugh Broughton lands York tower project

23 January 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Project will improve facilities at medieval remnant of York castle

The One World Trade Center in New York opened for business earlier this week. The $3.8bn (£2.4bn) building is built on the site of the twin towers of the previous World Trade Center, which were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The SOM designed  104-

US billings recover

23 January 2015| By David Rogers

AIA index rises for tenth consecutive month


Matthew Turner

Dear Matthew: Our succession plan has quit

30 December 2014| By Matthew Turner

BD’s career doctor advises a practice that failed to keep a trusted lieutenant motivated

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