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Cameron and Brown both back memorial

Architect Liam O’Connor has achieved the almost impossible and managed to unite Gordon Brown and David Cameron less than a week before the general election.

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RIBA London in crisis as chairwoman faces no-confidence vote

RIBA London is in the grip of a full blown crisis which has left it apparently “unable to govern itself” according to the minutes of a recent council meeting of the regional branch.

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Work gets underway on Williams’ Chichester Museum

Building work has begun on Keith Williams Architects’ £6.9 million Chichester Museum.

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India asks Cardiff man to design new temple

A British architect has been commissioned to design a Hindu temple in India in a style not used for more than 700 years.

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Hague’s all-singing and dancing shortlist

Authorities in The Hague have revealed 16 shortlisted designs for a new 44,000sq m dance and music centre for the Dutch city.

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Work starts on Pyle Architects’ Cambodia library

Construction work is underway on Pyle Architects’ £1.3 million library for the Royal University of Phnom Penh.

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Six triumph in American Institute of Architects’ UK awards

Projects by David Chipperfield, Niall McLaughlin and AHMM and have all won Excellence in Design awards from the UK chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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German steely about Orbit

Anish Kapoor’s ArcelorMittal Orbit tower for the 2012 Olympics has been widely slammed by commentators in Britain. And now the Germans are having a go

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Quality of Mersey

The carefully chosen photo of Liverpool’s waterfront (above) on the front of new Government Statement on the Historic Environment is meant to be a perfect example of the government’s careful stewardship of the built environment

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Heatherwick’s pavilion is neighbour from hell

Dandelion clock

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