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Architecture - The Guardian

As its £55bn purchase moves closer, falling oil prices mean Shell’s offer is looking less...
Building Design magazine has awarded 20 Fenchurch Street its annual Carbuncle cup. Do people who...
Seventy-five years after the start of the blitz, second world war bomb sites continue to shape...
The devastation wrought on the capital by the blitz was documented by the architect’s department of...
Behind the iron curtain, the roadside was where architects could really let rip ... photographer...

World Architecture News

The new entrance at Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum is a major step forward for the use of glass as a...
Yorkshire Sculpture Park announces ambitious plans to create new additional visitor centre
A $60m public realm-focused project is expected to revitalize a historic campus in Washington, D.C...
Kiev solidifies its position as the new business hub of Eastern Europe with Sky Towers, drawing...
Orchards, horticulture and a wooden apple box have influenced the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2015

Higher Education - The Guardian

Peter Scott could have gone further in his comparison of Cambridge over Coketown (Education, 1...
Polly Toynbee has written a vivid account of the crisis facing the NHS and social services (The...
Student body urges boycott of policy it says curtails freedom of expression and could increase...
We all mess up in ways big and small. But those missteps don’t have to mean the end. In fact they...
Archaeologists shed new light on 365-year-old mystery by identifiying remains of one of bloodiest...