“The best architecture books of 2013”

“US Correspondent Sharon McHugh gives the lowdown on the top tomes this year”

“Back to the future”

“SWA Group and SOM scoop 2013 WAN Urban Design Award top spots”

“A big award in a bigger picture”

“McDowell + Benedetti and FXFOWLE take the title for this year’s Transport Award”

“Festive Feature: Caroline Bos, UNStudio”

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“Top prize for The Bullitt Center”

“The Miller Hull Partnership wins 2013 WAN Sustainable Building of the Year”

“1,000 affordable homes for first stage”

“First phase of largest planned urban redevelopment project ever undertaken in Africa now underway in Kampala”

“Festive Feature: Shaun Killa, Atkins”

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“Shenzhen to gain new transit node”

“Qianhai Integrated Transportation Hub unveiled by von Gerkan, Marg and Partners”

“London treasure to be restored”

“Deloitte Real Estate, HOK and AECOM to consider restoration and repair options for Palace of Westminster in London”

“The final three…”

“Bjarke Ingels Group, Buro Ole Scheeren and OMA shortlisted for Axel Springer campus”

“Between a rock and a hard place”

“Stonehenge Visitor Centre opens today, 2.5km west of historic rock formation”

“Ho Chi Minh City’s crowning glory”

“Lavenue Crown Hotel unveiled by Atkins”

“Harnessing the power of sport”

“Queens Park Rangers FC reveal new stadium in West London by Populous as part of wider regeneration plans for Old Oak”

“Harton Quays Park now complete”

“Grant Associates’ concrete ribbon flutters along waterfront park in South Shields”

“Teasing the Transport from Transport”

“WAN Jury forced to focus purely on transport elements of submissions for final decision, stripping off civic and commercial functions”

“20-year plan in the works”

“Broadway Malyan tapped to create long-term development plan for capital of Angola”

“‘No compromise on design'”

“Six green schemes shortlisted for WAN Sustainable Building of the Year Award 2013”

“Knitting Together the Urban Fabric”

“Jury Rise to Shortlisting Challenge for WAN Urban Design Award 2013”

“Final stages in global competition”

“Irish, Spanish and Russian teams battle it out for National Centre for Contemporary Arts”

“Art Institute to make a welcome return”

“Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute to open its transformed campus on 4 July 2014”