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Architecture - The Guardian

Feuding brothers, thwarted lovers, and a lot of spoiled views: ‘spite buildings’ are our smallest...
The Rill near London Bridge falls victim to health and safety for people on phonesNo ball games, no...
From a washing-up scourer to a pile of crisps, the Japanese architect draws on the most unlikely...
Breakwater, Plymouth: A boat trip three miles out into the sound to visit this 19th-century...
The Glasgow School of Art was a masterpiece, but promises to build a reproduction are prematureThe...

World Architecture News

Fed by the client’s desire to create the best Pinot Noir and Riesling gravity-fed winery in the...
As the UK’s exit from the European Union approaches several UK-based architecture firms are...
The 262,000 square metre Sberbank Technopark is set to become a cradle of IT innovation
The property developer Olav de Linde and C.F. Møller Architects have published plans for a 144-...
A unique and characterful mixed use building has been created by SPPARC at the heart of the...

Higher Education - The Guardian

I’m happy to have found secure work, but now I’m inside the university system I can see clearly how...
Three former addicts tell their stories of gambling at university – and explain what can be done to...
Universities must ditch the crystal ball – as it stands, the admissions process is failing...
The Glasgow School of Art was a masterpiece, but promises to build a reproduction are prematureThe...
Vocational education in the UK has always been seen as essentially for ‘other people’s children’,...