Jason Sayer

Editorial Associate, The Architect's Newspaper

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In London, a new exhibition speculates on the future of Rome

On view at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London is When in Rome - A Collective Reflection on the Eternal City. The exhibition combines two previous shows, Re-Constructivist Architecture, which was at New York's Ierimonti Gallery, and Unbuilt Rome, which was on view at CAMPO in Rome.…
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Two Philadelphia architects discuss projects beyond Center City

As Philadelphia expands, architects and designers find themselves increasingly working on projects outside of Center City. This is both good and bad news for those in Philly's periphery, which has seen rising rents but also a growth in architectural variation as well. Two architects at Philadelphia-based firms: Scott Erdy, Principal of…
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This is Britain’s ugliest building of the year

"A hideous mess," "crass," "over-scaled," "[an] assault on all your senses from the moment you leave the Tube station." The judges were unsparing in their criticism of PLP Architecture's new London development, the Nova Victoria, which emerged the winner of the Carbuncle Cup, architecture's least wanted trophy. This is the sixth year in…
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Six U.K. buildings are in the running for Britain’s ugliest building

Six British buildings are competing for an architectural prize no one wants to win: the Carbuncle Cup. Architecture's least desirable accolade, the trophy is only available for architects with projects in the U.K. and this year, an unlucky half dozen firms are vying to dodge the bullet of embarrassment. 2017…