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Architecture - The Guardian

Bjarke Ingels’s splicing of power plant and ski slope confirms the Danish architect’s transition...
The leading architect on the commissions that changed his mind and approach to work for everMaking...
A welcome gold award, and now the RIBA has begun to recognise that what matters is the teamSome...
The Dublin cooperative, known for brutalist buildings that create generous open spaces, is only the...
The hard lines and sharp corners of the architectural evangelists were too much for 1930s Britain...

Higher Education - The Guardian

Researchers estimate that roughly three-quarters of white legacy students would have been rejected...
Book bearing notes from the judge’s wife about ‘coarse’ content bought by Bristol University after...
US family split as Home Office makes it increasingly difficult for overseas academics to work in UK...
There’s more teetotalism – and students are more likely to have a job. As term begins, our writer...
Gavin Williamson says technical courses could become more popular than universityVocational and...