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Saturday20 September 2014

Building Hall of Fame

Building

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  • 1960s/1970s

    Building Hall of Fame

    Sir Jack Zunz, Sir Denys Lasdun, Sir Alastair Pilkington, Cyril Sweett

  • 1960s: Building Hall of Fame

    Building Hall of Fame

    Sir Ove Arup, Sir Parker Morris, Cedric Price, James Nisbet, Sir Colin Buchanan, Sir John Laing, Lord Taylor of Hadfield, Harry Hyams, Max Fordham

  • 1970s/1980s

    Building Hall of Fame

    Sir Lawrie Barratt, Sir Ted Happold, Sir James Stirling, Richard Seifert, Peter Rice

  • 1980s

    Building Hall of Fame

    Lord Heseltine, Sir Frank Lampl, The Reichmann brothers, Sir Stuart Lipton, Peter Foggo, Peter Rogers,

  • 1980s/1990s

    Building Hall of Fame

    Jane Priestman, Ian Macpherson, Nicholas Serota, George Brumwell, Paul Morrell, Sir Michael Latham, Sir Peter Hall, Peter Rees

  • 1990s/present

    Building Hall of Fame

    Nick Raynsford, Tony Fitzpatrick, Bernard Ainsworth, Sir Howard Bernstein, Tom Bloxham, Zaha Hadid

  • Building (1966-)

    Building Hall of Fame

    Ever since former editor Ian Leslie persuaded The Builder's owners to rename the magazine, Building's content and design have been changing with the times. As the magazine embarks on its latest design evolution, Mark Leftly looks back on the past 40 years

  • Building Hall of Fame

    Building Hall of Fame

  • Foster & Rogers

    Building Hall of Fame

    Lord Foster & Lord Rogers

  • Introduction

    Building Hall of Fame

    The chairman of the Hall of Fame judging panel reflects on 40 years of great strides forward, occasional shuffles back and some things that just haven't changed at all

  • The Building Centre

    Building Hall of Fame

    Building isn't the only one celebrating an anniversary. Central London's Building Centre, which will house the Hall of Fame exhibition from September, turns 75 this year - and has never looked better …

  • The judges

    Building Hall of Fame

    The Building Hall of Fame

  • The next 10 through the door?

    Building Hall of Fame

    The Hall of Fame will be a permanent exhibition, but at least one new entrant is going to be added each year. With the next decade likely to be defined by such landmark projects as the 2012 Olympics and the Thames Gateway, there are plenty of opportunities for today's construction industry to leave its mark. Here are nine individuals, and one couple, that might just do that …

  • Welcome

    Building Hall of Fame

    The Building Hall of Fame is a celebration of the men and women who have done most to change the built environment for the greater good since 1966. That date is not arbitrary, as the Hall also acknowledges a 40th anniversary that passed earlier this year.

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