Update
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The first issue of our redesigned Architecture Today contains a special report on theatres including examples by Assemble, Haworth Tompkins and Allies & Morrison; plus Gehry Partners in Paris and Mike Tonkin on Tonkin Liu’s Shell Lace Structure.

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Online now: our magazine on one-off houses. This edition features a number of timber structures including several that use panellised engineered timber – by Wilkinson King, dRMM and Dixon Jones Architects – and Diamond Architects’ green oak-framed additions to a seventeenth century elm-framed house.

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Online: AT252 includes Kings Cross Central buildings by Bennetts Associates, Allies & Morrison and David Chipperfield Architects, and approaches to meeting Passivhaus standards for larger buildings.

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Now online, this issue contains a report on recent healthcare buildings, including Maggie’s Centres in Oxford and Lanarkshire by Wilkinson Eyre and Reiach & Hall, and the UK’s largest single-site GP surgery, designed by Barbara Weiss Architects.

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In AT251, now online – Increasing London’s density: Panter Hudspith, AHMM and Rogers Stirk Harbour; plus Muslim cultural buildings by Fumihiko Maki and Charles Correa.

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AT250 is now online: Cristian Kerez, Henley Halebrown Rorrison, Foster & Partners, Rogers Stirk Harbour, Laplace, Louisa Hutton.

Articles

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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23/09/14

The Wish List, which is being exhibited at the V&A until 24 October, has brought together established and emerging designers to create a number of bespoke domestic pieces in American hardwood.

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18/09/14

Two Michelin star restaurant Frantzén has reopened in Gamla Stan, Stockholm, with a new interior decor designed by Arkitema Architects and Studio Feuer.

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