To insource or outsource: that is the question. John Wardle and Lindsay Urquhart Riba debate the pros and cons. THE CASE FOR IN-SOURCE: JOHN WARDLE, PRINCIPAL, JOHN WARDLE ARCHITECTS We basically outsource very little. If there’s a special reason for engagement with somebody, a craftsman or artist, we would outsource that, but generally the […]
"I wanted to create something that uses tulipwood CLT in its largest format possible." The AHEC has collaborated with Alison Brooks Architects, Arup and the London Design Festival to present a giant, cross-laminated tulipwood structure that showcases the true strengths of timber.
You’ll have no doubt noticed some profound changes to the magazine. From now on it will have a primary focus on business – with articles, interviews and opinion pieces that will help architects in the complex everyday task of running their practices.
"This firm believes that architecture always was and always will be a mirror of society," said Christian Narkiewicz-Laine, in naming the young practice this year’s Laureates of the European Prize for Architecture.