All Hansom articles – Page 6

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    Hansom: Competition winners

    2017-11-10T06:00:00Z

    The Stirling prize victor is announced, Arsenal and Spurs are locked in a contest to be the biggest and Cemex deserves a prize for its efforts to protect cyclists on the roads

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    Hansom: Relationship counselling

    2017-11-03T06:00:00Z

    This week there’s an invitation to Jean Nouvel’s Abu Dhabi Louvre, tales of romance from RSHP, and a mysterious career move

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    Hansom: Nagging worries

    2017-10-27T05:00:00Z

    Long-running problems mean nothing is going quite as it should – the V A Dundee is impressive but also impressively over budget, and Interserve runs into fresh trouble

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    Hansom: Rock on

    2017-10-20T05:00:00Z

    BIM-hating zombies lose the battle for the industry’s best rock band, plus the pain of legacy contracts, financial investigations and burst appendices

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    Hansom: Voicing dissent

    2017-10-13T00:01:00Z

    A poet takes a verbal swipe at a developer, we bemoan the lack of boozers on new housing developments and have cause to doubt a ‘sporting great’

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    Hansom: Liquid assets

    2017-10-06T06:00:00Z

    Advertising guys at a consultant turn to drink, and Carillion’s shareholders might be tempted to follow suit, but site workers have moved on to lattes

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    Hansom: Top marks

    2017-09-29T06:00:00Z

    Serpentine Pavilion has its run extended, Westfield has an impressive new roof and Bovis Homes says it has incontrovertible proof of satisfied customers

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    Hansom: Taking time out

    2017-09-22T10:27:00Z

    This week, we’re at Ascot with Balfour, Mitie moves to the Shard, Foster is deluged by CVs, and Dulux paints the mood of the nation

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    Hansom: New kids on the block

    2017-09-15T06:00:00Z

    This week a six-year-old applies for a job at Legoland, people at Berkeley cash in a chunk of shares, and things get ugly at Nova Victoria

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    Hansom: Making progress

    2017-09-08T01:05:00Z

    While Armitage Shanks celebrates a proud anniversary and Wetherspoons opens a super-boozer, Battersea Power Station watches paint dry (in exactly the right colour) and there’s conflict in the London Resort area 

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    Hansom: Points of view

    2017-09-01T06:00:00Z

    It’s all about how you look at things, with a well-lit Chinese bridge, obscured views of the Thames, people who like ‘funny’ builders, and a consultant entering the classroom. Plus, an architecture legend’s old motor is up for sale

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    Hansom: Something in the drink

    2017-08-25T06:00:00Z

    An insurance company has made getting builders a decent brew a priority, a Scottish island welcomes a new distillery for its national spirit and homeowners get a bit carried away describing their ideal homes

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    Hansom: Slightly unexpected

    2017-08-11T06:00:00Z

    An accountant has an unusual selling point, the staff at the Cheesegrater are more healthy than the name of the building suggests and there’s a little bit of love for everyone at the new Postal Museum

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    Hansom: Working together

    2017-08-04T06:00:00Z

    We learn that construction and nature aren’t always in opposition, a Swedish firm aims for good family relations and in south-east London a group wants to help communities build their own homes

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    Hansom: When the mood strikes

    2017-07-28T06:00:00Z

    This week, Morgan Sindall has reasons to be perky, as do some bats hanging around in Middleton Quarry – Donald Trump, though, could soon be flying off the handle, and Richard Rogers sees red

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    Hansom: Come rain or shine

    2017-07-21T06:00:00Z

    Whether you’re taking a tour of retirement homes, avoiding loud noises, or dodging rain at the Serpentine pavilion and the site of Manchester’s new arts venue, it could be worse. You could be completing a brand perception survey

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    Hansom: School is never out

    2017-07-14T06:00:00Z

    This week, lessons have been learned all over the place: the RIBA continues to take tips from the UK’s first female architect, while the rail minister seems to have ascertained it’s alright to go massively over budget

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    Hansom: Best of friends

    2017-07-07T09:00:00Z

    This week, Mace has a friend in a high place, construction is proved to be more comradely than many imagined and the industry puts its hand in its pocket for worthy recipients – plus, Leeds get a mural in double-quick time

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    Hansom: Surprise Surprise

    2017-06-30T00:01:00Z

    We go from feeling a little smug at discovering someone else’s mistake (for once) to surprise at hearing a PR guru’s choice of new career and seeing the out-of-favour Garden Bridge praised

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    Hansom: ‘tis the season to be arty

    2017-06-23T06:00:00Z

    We marvel at the UK’s ‘tallest mural’, swoop in on an office drone race, and enjoy some exposure on Wickes and sun-screening charity campaigns. Plus Shawcross’ latest work hits St Pancras