The issue features four residential building studies: Bell Phillips’ three housing schemes for Sutton Council; Collective Architecture’s refurbishment of Glasgow’s Cedar Court high rise blocks; Alma-nac’s House Within a House extension in south-east London; and Nithurst Farm on the South Downs by Adam Richards Architects.
PLUS The findings of the first phase of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry; the launch of an architectural trade union to tackle low pay, long hours and discrimination; and Los Angeles practice wHY’s rejigged designs for the Ross Pavilion in Edinburgh.
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AJ 25.02.21: Retrofit
In this retrofit-themed issue we announce the winners of the AJ Retrofit Awards 2021 covering 16 different categories; as well as building studies of two retrofit projects: Yorkton Workshops by Cassion Castle Architects with Pearson Lloyd; and the restoration of Peter Womersley’s High Sunderland by Loader Monteith Architects.
PLUS Catherine Slessor profiles Lesley Lokko, recipient of the Annie Spink Award and the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize and Alpa Depani interviews Kate Macintosh, winner of the 2021 Jane Drew Prize; A news feature that asks ‘Can the London Legacy Development Corporation deliver on its ambitions for the Olympic Park?’; Opinion pieces that explore how to create successful project collaborations between large and small practices and Paul Finch considers if making demolition more difficult might be a simpler route to green construction than VAT reform
AJ 28.01.21: In practice featuring Wright & Wright
The January 2021 issue is on the theme of 'In practice' and features an interview with Wright & Wright, plus a building study of its Lambeth Palace Library. We also publish a study of Jonathan Tuckey Design's performance space for a Hampshire school, and a design study of Caruso St John's discreet organ loft in Canterbury Cathedral.
PLUS Data from an AJ survey reveals architects are facing an insurance timebomb; a run-down of the shortlist for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2021; a book review of Architecture Without Architects; and Kunle Barker on showing clients your value.
AJ 17.12.20: 40 under 40
The Architects’ Journal is bringing back its famous and ever-popular 40 under 40, celebrating the UK’s most exciting emerging architectural talent. It is the first time since 2005 that the AJ has run the unique showcase of the nation's next generation of boundary-pushing designers and innovators.
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