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  1. Intelligence

Practice resilience: how to survive and thrive

How do small firms ensure business resilience in challenging times? Three young practices describe their strategies, from researching new market trends to investing in management courses, forming mutually-beneficial alliances and embracing social media

4 October 2023

  1. Buildings

Hope Street for convicted women keeps families and prospects together

Snug Architects' deliberately domestic alternative to conventional women’s prisons in Southampton shows a carefulness that makes sense for society

3 October 2023

  1. Buildings

Who do you tip for the Stirling Prize? Vote now in our People’s Poll! Time’s running out

Which of the shortlisted schemes do you think should win this year's most coveted prize? Vote now in our online People’s Poll and discover whether the people's opinion matches that of the judges

5 September 2023

Eye Line 2023 winners

By linking one apparently unconnected image with one another, Dustin Wheat beguiles judges by playing with format and scale, the future and the past to reach first place, Practitioner, in Eye Line drawing competition

Eye Line drawing competition first place (Practitioner)

First place, Student in this year's Eye Line drawing competition goes to Chia-Yi Chou for her extremely skillful, fascinating folding forest, built on the concept of the fractal cube

Eye Line drawing competition first place (Student)

Congratulations to the winners and all submissions in RIBA Journal’s prestigious Eye Line drawing competition – which prompted questions and suggestions for the judges and profession

Has AI changed the drawing landscape?

In his second place-winning Practitioner submission to Eye Line drawing competition, Wyn Gilley outshines progressive technologies with his Barbican linocut – traditional artistic craft in complex multiple colour layers

Eye Line drawing competition second place (Practitioner)

A new way of interrogating space and evaluating it in a ‘super-interesting way’ nets Jolene Liam’s fourth entry to Eye Line drawing competition third place this year

Eye Line drawing competition third place (Practitioner)

Doors and windows

Simple and unique, these protruding glass boxes offer an innovative alternative to conventional glazing and channel more light into interiors

Oriel designs: the light-filled alternative to conventional glazing

This Buckinghamshire-based company designs bespoke high security, double steel reinforced hardwood front doors for architectural projects

Bespoke high security, double steel reinforced hardwood doors

Architects can now access free consultations and technical support to assist with the ongoing refurbishment and repair of healthcare buildings

Free consultations and technical support for your healthcare projects

Two glazing products for flat and pitched roofs bring light deep into the darker interiors of older houses,  creating healthier, happier homes for their occupants

How to bring light deep into the darker interiors of older properties

Homeowners love open-plan layouts, but they also want to be able to conceal messier hotspots in a non-permanent way. These slide-and-pivot door fittings provide versatility

Specify slide-and-pivot fittings to close off/open up space

Opportunities Hub: Contests worth the work

Want to lead on a new-build college project, reimagine a Welsh village museum or design a Chelmsford housing development? These are the latest architecture contracts and competitions from across the industry

  1. Buildings

Exploring the buildings and pavilions of Meles Zenawi Park, Ethiopia

The campus park for the Meles Zenawi Foundation in Addis Ababa, designed by artist Olafur Eliasson’s practice Studio Other Spaces with Sebastian Behmann, features discrete architectural marvels connected by winding paths

29 June 2023

Medina House in Hove is new and old at the same time

Epic yet compact and welcoming, the ocean-facing house by Pilbrow & Partners preserves a piece of the Hove seafront, combining references both to that heritage and the exotic


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