For its Brutalist Playground the RIBA, the Turner prize-nominated  collective has worked with artist Simon Terrill to recreate some of the surreal structures created for play at brutalist housing schemes

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Smith's images lovingly capture a Britain that was soon to disappear, if not the forces that would destroy it, says Owen Hatherley

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RIBA, London
13-14 November 2014

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Monday, 08 September 2014 16:58

RIBA Regent Street Windows Project

Fifteen architects have created bespoke installations to transform the shop windows of West End retailers

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Thursday, 04 September 2014 12:31

2014 RIBA Manser Medal shortlist

Alison Brookes Architects, Denizen Works and Jamie Fobert Architects are among the six practices shortlisted for the prize for this year's best British house design

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RIBA, London
10 September – 6 December 2014

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Friday, 16 May 2014 01:00

The Brits who Built the Modern World

A television series and an exhibition celebrates the iconoclasts who are now the Establishment, says Owen Pritchard

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Wednesday, 17 August 2011 16:46

David Chipperfield's Turner Contemporary

David Chipperfield’s ice-cool Turner Contemporary is a symbol of calm and order, quietly resisting the pounding waves of the North Sea and drawing in the light from Margate’s stormy skies. Which is a small miracle, given the troubled history of the project.

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Thursday, 11 August 2011 11:55

Profile: Ma Yansong

Ma Yansong shot to fame when he became the first Chinese architect to win a major international competition. Now, with those winning towers approaching completion, he reflects on what it means to represent a country and a generation – and keep from becoming stale.

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Thursday, 28 July 2011 15:02

Visual Planning and The Picturesque

Nikolaus Pevsner’s “lost” study of townscape finally makes it into print – how do the RIBA’s latest odes to urban renewal measure up against its principles?

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Wednesday, 05 August 2009 16:01

Architecture Depends

Architects need to be less autonomous and engage with the everyday, argues Jeremy Till, but this could well be a case of merry myth-making, says Charles Holland.

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