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A strong connection to their surroundings unites the rural bespoke houses in this issue, while the city projects demonstrate the transformative effect of high-quality architecture on outdated domestic structures.

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Our recent arts and leisure projects featured in this issue include The Lighterman restaurant in London by Stanton Williams (pictured).

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On the cover: an office development by TP Bennett at the Sea Containers House site on London’s South Bank, one of the commercial projects featured in this issue.

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From the urban loft conversion to the rural hill-top dwelling, the projects in this issue demonstrate how architects can bring creativity and freshness to some of the most familiar domestic typologies.

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Domino Houses, a development of eight new-build dwellings by Studio Verve in Bounds Green, north London, features on this month’s cover; one of seven housing projects within the magazine.

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Threefold Architects’ Garden House in Highgate, north London, is one of a number of projects in this issue set within an existing garden plot.

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Twelve Architects’ Diamond Building at the University of Sheffield, with its striking aluminium facade, is one of the education projects featured within this issue of Inform.

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23/11/16

Caruso St John’s Bremer Landesbank graces the cover of the November 2016 issue. A number of retail projects are among the other buildings featured.

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26/10/16

A report on housing for old age and Zaha Hadid Architects’ Antwerp Port House (pictured) are among this month’s features.

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20/09/16

AT271’s cover depicts Porphryios Associates’ Swansea Bay Campus. Plus we have a special report on London housing.

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16/08/16

This issue features a special report on artists’ studios, with work by 6a for Juergen Teller (pictured); Matheson Whiteley; and Caseyfierro Architects for Anish Kapoor.

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30/06/16

Herzog & De Meuron’s Switch House, its latest work at Tate Modern, features on the cover of this month’s issue, with a write up by Tim Ronalds.

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