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  1. Intelligence

Notre-Dame and Al-Aqsa: why was the response so different?

The architecture world’s reaction to the damage to Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque in 2021 was very different to that of the Notre-Dame fire in Paris two years earlier

17 September 2021

  1. Intelligence

Supply problems and apparent decline don’t spell disaster

The latest ONS statistics for construction output show a rapid decline in housing-related work, but a deeper and broader look at the figures is needed to gain a full understanding of the landscape as the industry repositions after the Covid crisis

17 September 2021

  1. Buildings

How the last six Stirling contenders tackled sustainability

Sustainable credentials are an important part of the RIBA Stirling Prize now, so what can we learn from the six shortlisted buildings? Their architects reflect on the positives – and voice a few regrets

15 September 2021

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Sustainable credentials are an important part of the RIBA Stirling Prize now, so what can we learn from the six shortlisted buildings? Their architects reflect on the positives – and voice a few regrets

Carbon, energy and other green issues

Regeneration of Derwent Valley’s heritage continues with Bauman Lyons’ Museum of Making, an interactive and practical project that keeps industrial creativity alive

Derby Silk Mill, built to serve the Industrial Revolution, returns to creative life

Education projects grabbed the most RIBA National Awards this year with universities taking the lion’s share – which is probably good news for all those students scrambling for a place

With 14 winning projects, education was the RIBA National Awards most successful sector

Award-winning projects rich in protecting and expanding our cultural heritage range from a dramatic bridge to shrouded house, a new treetop walkway to restored, repurposed vaults

From shrouded house to restored egg shed, paper store to ballet school

Alongside an elegant flood-resistant newbuild, the houses winning RIBA National Awards restore, convert and reinvent homes with exemplary imagination – from a water tower to 14th century ruins

Ingenious designs triumph over a wide range of demands and constraints

Doors and windows

Specifiers can now satisfy light and ventilation requirements with a single product that features a uniform, flush opening section as well as smart switch operation

Add light and ventilation with this uniformly level flat rooflight

The Reynaers Aluminium sliding door system is bringing expansive floor-to-ceiling facades, slim sightlines and Passivhaus standards to UK homes

The sliding doors bringing floor-to-ceiling facades to UK homes

A fully accessible property in Cambridgeshire is small enough for its retired owners to manage and big enough to accommodate their visitors

Size matters: Small enough to manage, big enough for guests

A fully customisable, made-to-measure rooflight range frees specifiers to design innovative architectural elements for the fifth facade

Fully customisable rooflights open up the design options

The firm's SF52 curtain wall system is central to the Danum development, which also includes an art gallery and museum - and the restored frontage of an Edwardian girls school

Curtain wall system frames Doncaster's Danum development

  1. Buildings

SLETH’s copper-clad and Douglas fir-lined Author’s House

The new getaway for a writer in the Danish countryside will tell an evolving story as it patinates – and could offer rural vernacular a hope

29 July 2021

Guttfield Architecture’s Cherry Tree House reinvents the rural extension

A sprawling Victorian farm workers’ house in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is given a modernism-inspired new lease of life, with flint and larch detailing offering a twist on local building traditions

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