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Niemeyer, 102, hospitalised again

Legendary Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer has once again been hospitalised according to reports

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Extra chance for design glory

The deadline for entries to this year’s Saltire Society Housing Design Awards has been extended

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Number’s nearly up for college

Foreign Office Architects is close to completing its £50 million building for Ravensbourne College, next door to the O2 Arena in south-east London

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Building sector unites for big push on Parliament

The built environment professions are to be given more clout in Parliament with the launch of an all-party group for the whole of the industry after next week’s election

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The quango that banned your exhibit lives here

English Heritage has threatened a small independent art gallery with legal action after it exhibited a light-hearted alternative version of the famous blue plaque

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Wannabe MPs should stick to their day jobs

The bookies don’t much fancy the chances of any of the six architects standing in the election making it as an MP

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Stop proceedings against Djamali, urges former RIBA president Owen Luder

A former RIBA president and one of the most respected figures in the profession has made an urgent call for the institute to halt a proposed vote of no confidence in the chair of RIBA London this evening.

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RIBA/ICE bursary award winners named

Two architecture graduates and a civil engineer have won this year’s RIBA/ICE Bursary Awards for projects based in Kenya and an English seaside resort.

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Archial mental health unit starts on site

Work has begun on a £27 million mental health facility in Dumfries by Archial Architects.

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Homage to estate icon

Assael Architecture has secured planning consent from Wandsworth Council for a residential scheme in south-west London for developer Hausman Hughes.

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