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Apple opens Milan’s newest public square

Apple Piazza Liberty is an ensemble of two fundamental elements, a stepped plaza and a fountain. Located just off the Corso Vittorio Emanuele – one of the most popular pedestrian streets in Milan – visitors are drawn towards the piazza... View Article

Keeping an eye on the past

Architect RO&AD’s timber watchtower project in the Netherlands engaged the community in innovative ways to generate a new enthusiasm for the area’s rich history. Sébastien Reed reports Construction of the defensive West Brabant Water Line was started in 1627 by... View Article

Swimming among the timbers

A competition-level swimming pool has been constructed at a Surrey school, integrating a high level of quality in the design of its timber elements while embracing ancient woodland surroundings. Adam Cossey from the project’s architects Hawkins\Brown tells Jack Wooler how... View Article

2018 Stephen Lawrence Prize shortlist revealed

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the shortlist for the Stephen Lawrence Prize, with this year marking its’ twenty-first anniversary. Seven projects have been shortlisted, including woodland classrooms for a school, a touching memorial to 173 people who... View Article

Pegasus Group secures consent for 195 homes on appeal

Outline planning permission has been secured on appeal to build 195 homes in the Leicestershire village of Sileby, with Charnwood Borough Council ordered to pay partial costs. National consultancy Pegasus Group successfully secured the consent on behalf of Hallam Land... View Article
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