Room 13 / Mitchell Taylor Workshop

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Architects: Mitchell Taylor Workshop
Location: , UK
Year: 2008
Photographs: Piers Taylor

The Pangbourne Communications Centre / Mitchell Taylor Workshop

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Architects: Mitchell Taylor Workshop
Location: Pangbourne College, Pangbourne, Reading, RG8 8LA, UK
Year: 2012
Photographs: Peter Cook

New Beach Huts / Pedder & Scampton

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Architects: Pedder & Scampton
Location: East Beach Park, , UK
Architect In Charge: Helen Pedder & Gillian Scampton
Year: 2013
Photographs: Simon Kennedy, Courtesy of Pedder & Scampton

Imperial War Museum / Foster + Partners

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Architects: Foster + Partners
Location: Lambeth Road, , UK
Interiors: Casson Mann
Year: 2014
Photographs: Nigel Young – Foster + Partners

SURE Wins Competition with “Endless City” Skyscraper

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Recently winning first place in a Skyscapers and SuperSkyscapers Competition, SURE Architecture has put forth a daring new proposition for a London skyscraper design. Their proposal, titled “The Endless City in Height,” does away with the traditional notion of stacking floors on top of each other. Rather, this innovative design incorporates two street-sized ramps that wind their way up the exterior of the tower, creating extensions of the city streetscape that rise and coil vertically into the skyline.

Waltham Forest College / Platform 5 Architects + Richard Hopkinson Architects

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Architects: Platform 5 Architects + Richard Hopkinson Architects
Location: London, UK
Area: 3,000 sqm
Photographs: Alan Williams Photography

Canary Wharf Development Including Herzog & de Meuron Tower Wins Planning Approval

Herzog & de Meuron’s Residential Tower. Image Courtesy of Group plc

A significant development at Canary Wharf has been approved by planners in London. The scheme, dubbed ‘Wood Wharf’ and consisting of 30 new buildings, was masterplanned by Allies and Morrison and includes a cylindrical residential tower by Herzog & de Meuron, and will provide 3,100 homes, 240,000 square metres of office space, a primary school, a medical centre, a community centre, a hotel, and around 100 retail outlets. Connecting the space will be a 3.6 hectare network of public spaces.

Read on for more on the development

Yardhouse / Assemble

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Architects: Assemble
Location: Stratford, , UK
Area: 250 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Courtesy of Assemble, David Grandorge

Ditchling Museum / Adam Richards Architects

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Architects: Adam Richards Architects

Location: Museum of Art & Craft, South Downs National Park, Lodge Hill Lane, , East Sussex BN6 8SP, UK
Director: Adam Richards
Project Architect: Sam Dawkins
Area: 580.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Courtesy of Adam Richards Architects

Hawkins\Brown Designs Housing Scheme in Rotherhithe

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Hawkins\Brown have gained planning permission for a development of 103 new homes in Rotherhithe, South-East London. Consisting of two terraces of 3-storey family homes and a series of four-storey ‘mansion blocks’ containing maisonettes with apartments above, the scheme will be built on the site of the former Fisher FC football ground on Salter Road, with the playing surface redeveloped to form a new public park.

More on the design after the break

Hargood Close / Proctor and Matthews

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Architects: Proctor and Matthews
Location: London Road, Colchester, , UK
Area: 2,409 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Tim Crocker

Organic London Skyscraper Grows as Residents Recycle

Exterior View. Image Courtesy of Chartier Corbassons architectes

Inspired by vegetative growth and the bamboo scaffolding of Asia, Thomas Corbasson and have proposed a conceptual project for an organic skyscraper for London that will incorporate waste produced by its occupants. The building will rise vertically as more and more of the glass and paper needed for construction is discarded by building residents. It is estimated that enough recycled material for the building’s façade could be produced within a year. The project earned a special mention in a recent Skyscapers and SuperSkyscapers Competition.

Luker House in Barnes / Jamie Fobert Architects

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Architects: Jamie Fobert Architects
Location: Barnes, SW13, UK
Year: 2014
Photographs: Courtesy of Jamie Fobert Architects

Invisible Studio’s New Studio / Invisible Studio

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Architects: Invisible Studio
Location: , and North East Somerset, UK
Area: 55 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Andy Matthews, Piers Taylor, Courtesy of Invisible Studio

House at Camusdarach Sands / Raw Architecture Workshop

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Architects: Raw Architecture Workshop
Location: Stromness, , UK
Architect In Charge: Graeme Laughlan, Michael Fostiropoulos
Area: 169 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Courtesy of Raw Architecture Workshop

Long Sutton Studio / Cassion Castle Architects

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Architects: Cassion Castle Architects
Location: , UK
Year: 2013
Photographs: Courtesy of Cassion Castle Architects

Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre / Stanton Williams

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Architects: Stanton Williams
Location: , UK
Year: 2014
Area: 5,602 sqm
Photographs: Hufton+Crow, Courtesy of

The Old Library / TateHindle

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Architects: TateHindle
Location: Leamington Spa, , UK
Architect In Charge: Andrew Tate-TateHindle
Year: 2014
Photographs: Courtesy of TateHindle