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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
A unique and characterful mixed use building has been created by SPPARC at the heart of the...
The property developer Olav de Linde and C.F. Møller Architects have published plans for a 144-...

Higher Education - The Guardian

Oxford classical scholar and expert on Seneca who offered new insights into the torrid world of...
Study commissioned by Justine Greening reveals perception of bias against working class accentsHalf...
We’d like to hear from students, parents and teachers to find out how A-levels and GCSEs have...
Ideas about what to do with the charred remains of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s range from...
Action by universities’ regulator comes after outcry over salaries of some vice-chancellors...