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Our cover features Ian Ritchie Architects’ Sainsbury Wellcome Centre at University College London, reviewed inside by Peter Cook.

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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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On our cover: The Green, a community centre in south London designed by AOC Architects. Among the other features are a special report on hospitals and the renovation of the V&A’s ‘Europe 1600-1815’ galleries by ZMMA.

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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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A pair of mixed-use buildings in Victoria, London, by Lynch Architects feature on this month’s cover. Among other projects, Deborah Saunt and Jean-Paul Jaccaud peer review each other’s London housing.

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Stephen Taylor Architects’ Hay Barn at Shatwell Farm in Somerset follows his GAGA award-winning cowshed there. Among this months’s other features is a report on housing with six projects including Geraghty Taylor’s Livinhome concept and student housing in Paris by VIB Architecture.

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Our selection of recent one-off houses includes urban, semi-rural and rural homes; on the cover is an extension to a house in Inchigeelagh, County Cork, Ireland, by Markus Schietsch Architketen

Articles

4/05/16

The Bean Learning Resource Centre (pictured) is the latest of Cottrell & Vermeulen’s interventions at Brentwood School in Essex. Plus David Chipperfield Architects in Kensington and Shedkm at New Islington in Manchester.

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10/08/15

The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia’s Norwich Research Park is described as the UK’s greenest commercial building

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18/11/14

A luxurious private villa marries a contemporary aesthetic with advanced environmental design.

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12/11/14

The division of the volumes, the recessed main body of the house and the building’s angles integrate its contemporary architecture within a district dating from the 50s.

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7/10/14

The Zumtobel Group’s architectural award for Innovations for Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment has gone to projects from Arup of Germany, Studio Tamassociati of Italy and Elemental of Chile.

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