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Shell Centre

Shell Centre towers 'won't do a Walkie Talkie', promises architect

3 September 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Wind tunnel tests ‘show no cause for concern’ for £1.2bn development

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Portsmouth prison

Feilden Clegg’s homes plan for Fred West prison

3 September 2015| By David Rogers

Sites sold two years ago under government cost-cutting plans

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Squire and Partners Brixton

Squire & Partners heads to Brixton and new home

3 September 2015| By David Rogers

Practice leaving King’s Cross in 2016

The Gallaudet University campus in Washington DC

$60m public realm competition launched in Washington DC

2 September 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Almost 700 registered interest in Gallaudet University design contest after BD’s announcement

Hayward Gallery

Feilden Clegg's Southbank scheme handed lottery boost

2 September 2015| By David Rogers

Work on £25m redevelopment will start later this month

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Feilden Fowles Yorkshire Sculpture Park

London practice lands Yorkshire Sculpture Park work

2 September 2015| By David Rogers

Feilden Fowles behind new visitor centre

Donaldson's College

Richard Murphy outlines Donaldson's College plan

2 September 2015| By David Rogers

Edinburgh landmark has been empty since 2008

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Rafael Vinoly: An architect of two parts. His RIBA Award-winning maths institute at Oxford, left, and his Carbuncle Cup-winning Walkie Talkie

Carbuncle Cup: There but for the grace of God go all of us

2 September 2015| By Eleanor Jolliffe

Many of the architects nominated for the Carbuncle Cup are also RIBA Award-winning practices. How do talented professionals sometimes get it so badly wrong, asks Eleanor Jolliffe

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Carbuncle Cup

Carbuncle Cup 2015 winner announced

2 September 2015| By Thomas Lane

Decision to award Carbuncle Cup to Walkie Talkie was unanimous

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Stephen Hodder

Clients 'forced to replace concept architects because they lose interest'

1 September 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

RIBA reports client frustrations over divide between practices with vision and those that can deliver

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