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Complacency is a great danger While there’s plenty of stats to back up claims that Brexit is not harming London’s economy, scratch the surface and things aren’t quite so rosy. According to Deloittes, the UK remains the most attractive destination for Fortune 250 Companies but a different survey, also...

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Following the sell-out success of the Archiboo/Rare Space half-day conference on developing small sites, the next conference in September will return to some of the same topics including finding land, buying land and case studies. We will also be adding a session on ‘alternative routes to development’ covering community land trusts,...

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Over barbecues and chilled rosé, architects are talking about recession. Not the last one but the next one. While it may be too early to call, at architect gatherings there’s only one real topic of conversation – will the good times keep on rolling? Various factors including falling house...

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Archiboo is inviting entries for the Archiboo Web Awards 2108 celebrating architects and their collaborators who best use online to communicate great architecture. Last year’s Best Overall Experience Award was won by David Miller Architects. Other previous winners included Mae, IF_DO and Sarah Wigglesworth Architetcs.     As in previous...

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There’s only one real way to tackle the Venice Architecture Biennale and that’s to have criteria. If you set your own standards from the outset then it makes it easier to walk away without feeling guilty. You can invent your own criteria but mine are as follows. Is it...

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