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‘Abril, 2010’

Angela Brady set to run for RIBA presidency

Angela Brady is making a bid to become RIBA president, becoming the first person to publicly throw their hat into the ring.

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RIBA London chair resigns

Chair of RIBA London Azar Djamali resigned last night at the start of a meeting in which she was expected to face a vote of no confidence.

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Sunderland to approve the tallest bridge in UK

Spence Associates’ plans to build the country’s tallest bridge have been approved by Sunderland City Council— five years after the architect won an RIBA competition to design it

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Ungar negotiates green belt and pub garden to rethink cottage

London-based practice Ungar Architects has won planning permission for a 290sq m four-bedroom family house to replace an 1860s cottage in Mill Hill, north-west London

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This week’s ups and downs

Hot and not

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Kiwis raise the baa on lateral thinking

Jestico & Whiles is one of a dozen practices that has been flown to New Zealand and challenged to design a concept hotel… made from wool

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Council defies Cabe advice over Epsom development

Planners have ignored stinging criticism from Cabe of a “low quality” mixed-use redevelopment, which it said should be thrown out

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Hotel boom withstands bust as UK work soars

Architects in the UK are enjoying the benefits of a recession-proof boom in hotel-building projects, according to new figures

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Two more architects standing in election

Two more architects are standing in next week’s general election taking the total number in the profession bidding to become MPs to six

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Snøhetta performing arts centre on site in Ohio

Work has started on site on Norwegian practice Snøhetta’s $40 million (£26 million) Wolfe Centre for the Performing Arts in Ohio

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