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Charles Rennie Mackintosh Exhibition To Open Next Month In London

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) have announced that a new exhibition exploring the Scottish designer and artist’s celebrated, but difficult, career is to open next month in London. Mackintosh Architecture… will be the first exhibition solely devoted to his architecture, Sigue leyendo

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T2 Shoreditch / Landini Associates

Architects: Landini Associates
Location: 48 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DP, UK
Year: 2014
Photographs: Andrew Meredith

General Contractor: AWESO
Engineers: Powells
Lighting Designers: Landini Associates
Lighting Supplier: The Nelson Centre, Hampshire,, Portfield Rd, Portsmouth PO3 5SF
Electrical Installation: PEI-Delta Electrical …
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AJ’s 2015 Women in Architecture Survey Says “Pay Gap” is Slowly Closing

Now in its fourth year, the Architects’ Journal’s Women in Architecture survey is firmly embedded into the discussion of gender roles within the architecture profession. Collected from an anonymous cross-section of practitioners, clients, consultants, engineers, developers, PRs, and academics, the 2015 survey focused on… Sigue leyendo

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RIBA Future Trends Survey Indicates Consistent Growth

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)’s Future Trends Survey for December 2014 has revealed little month-on-month change in indexes with the acknowledgement of a growing level of optimism. After falling back slightly in November 2014, the workload index has remained consistent at +29 (from +37 in November). Workload forecast balance figures have remained extremely positive, with practices reporting +50 in Northern Ireland and up to +75 in Scotland. Furthermore, practices of all sizes have been responding with “optimistic” workload prospects heading into the next quarter. The percentage of respondents reporting that they had personally been under-employed fell to 9% from 12%.

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Video: Drone Tour Inside St. Peter’s Seminary

Scotland’s Grade-A listed Brutalist St. Peter’s Seminary, abandoned for the past 25 years, is being rediscovered through drone technology. The building, which was originally designed by Gillespie, Kidd & Coia in 1966 and heavily inspired by the work of Le Corbusier (“with Scottish inspirations”),… Sigue leyendo

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Avery Associates Reveals Design for 270-Metre Tower Next to London’s Cheesegrater

London practice Avery Associates Architects… has unveiled their designs for No.1 Undershaft, a 270-metre tall office tower directly adjacent to Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners‘ Cheesegrater in the City of London’s central skyscraper cluster. The building is currently planned to be the tallest in Sigue leyendo

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St. Peter’s Seminary: ‘La Tourette’ With “Scottish Inspirations”

In an article for The Guardian, Rowan Moore explores the state and future of the Grade A listed Brutalist Seminary of St. Peter, “where the influence of Le Corbusier’s monastery of La Tourette combines with […] Scottish inspirations.” Although the building is often seen as wholly unique in the canon of religious buildings, it is still comprised of traditional elements – “cloister, chapel, refectory, cells – but rearranged over multiple levels in unexpected ways, alternately enclosing and opening up to its surroundings.”

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Sutherland Hussey Wins Competition to Design Sessay Community Hub

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced Sutherland Hussey Architects and Gross Max Landscape Architects as winners of a competition to design a new community hub for Sessay Village in North Yorkshire. The proposal, which jury chair Robin Snell believed to have… Sigue leyendo

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