This issue is dedicated to the AJ100 – the AJ’s very own celebration of the top 100 UK architecture practices by number of architects employed in the UK. Professor Bruce Tether returns to analyse the findings of our in-depth AJ100 survey, we profile the full listing of this year’s AJ100 firms and the winners of the 11 categories of AJ100 Awards are revealed, including our special Contribution to the Profession award which has been won by long-standing educator and activist Neil Pinder.
News In Pictures features Theaster Gates’ Serpentine Pavilion and O’Donnell + Tuomey‘s winning designs, with ADP, for a ‘landmark’ £35 million student centre at York Uinversity.
PLUS: Alluding to Reni Eddo-Lodge‘s Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, Kunle Barker titles his column this month Why I don’t speak to white architects about race, Louis Smith Lassey reviews Radical Landscapes at Tate Liverpool, David Grandorge visits planet Earth and Jon Burke asks, if greening the city needs to happen – why are the police standing in the way? + AJ Sketchbook by Tim Bedingfield, letters, competitions and Louis Hellman‘s monthly cartoon.