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Rebuilding Peru after the El Niño floods

After large areas of Peru were devastated  in the wake of 2017’s El Niño, it looked to the UK to provide expert assistance in its rebuilding efforts.

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A lab of two halves … Warwick’s bold bid to keep those nasty bugs at bay

Designed by Hawkins\Brown, Warwick university’s new £54.3m interdisciplinary biomedical research facility features contrasting facades of dark bronze and white concrete that reflect the two different aspects of what is happening inside

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Wolfson College, Oxford: first-class graduates in energy efficiency

Wolfson College in Oxford has set out to cut 75% of emissions on its main estate by March next year and plans to be net zero by 2030

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Kingston Cycle Hub: no ordinary bike shed

Kingston council has spent £32m upgrading the borough’s cycling facilities, including a stylish storage hub beside the railway station with secure space for 400 bicycles. Could this be the direction of travel across the country?

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In pictures

  • In pictures: Winners of 2021 RIAS awards announced

  • In pictures: Arup unveils images of James Bond-inspired underground car showroom for Aston Martins

  • In pictures: Twelve Architects unveils plans for Manchester High Line

  • In pictures: Arcadis moves into new City office

  • McAlpine starts on latest Stanhope White City office

  • In pictures: Structure Tone completes food chain Eataly’s first UK outpost

  • In pictures: New offsite office for Imperial War Museum completes

  • In pictures: Edinburgh unveils designs for £32m overhaul of historic George Street

  • In pictures: The new building Arcadis will call home this summer

  • In pictures: Another Crossrail station set for spring handover