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Pandering to bamboo: on skyscrapers made out of wood Subscription

21 October 2014 | By Tim Coleridge

Is raising the profile of bamboo as a building material for high-rise useful or irresponsible? asks Tim Coleridge

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Architecture and Water Documentary: Part 1 - The river as city and landscape Video Subscription

21 October 2014 | By ,

In the first of a series of three films exploring the connection between architecture and water, Ellis Woodman takes a journey through London’s waterways with architects, developers, urbanists and thinkers

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If Form didn't follow Finance: Think Space/Money Unconference and Publication Subscription

20 October 2014 | By Shumi Bose

Wiping out the capitalist paradigm to question the potential evolution of our cities and the architect’s future role in a world without money inevitably leads to an inconclusive publication

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Stirling Prize Winner: Everyman Theatre in Liverpool by Haworth Tompkins critiqued Subscription

16 October 2014 | By Brian Hatton

Intimate yet epic, Liverpool's famous Everyman Theatre has a striking new home that thrives on indeterminacy and is a crucible for experimentation

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Haworth Tompkins' Everyman Theatre Wins the 2014 Stirling Prize Subscription

16 October 2014 | By Brian Hatton

Pipping Renzo Piano, Zaha Hadid and O’Donnell + Tuomey to the post the Everyman Theatre is more than a shallow vanity project

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Propositional short essays exploring the critical intersection between architecture and another discipline

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How tech giant Airbnb is rewriting the rulebook on domestic architecture and fueling a housing crisis

Thanks to the ‘sharing economy’, domestic space is less a private realm than a commodity. Can design make this process work for everyone and not just homeowners and investors, asks Luis Ortega Govela?

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Doing Disability Differently

Grounded in compliance, accessibility is rarely seen as a creative starting point for design. Jos Boys argues that rethinking ability and architecture offers a powerful tool to design differently

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Scents of Place: The Power of the Olfactory

A historical disdain for the sense of smell diminishes architecture’s experiential potency, says Victoria Henshaw

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Lagos: A Model for the 21st Century City

From Lagos to Medellín, the generative energy of dense cities could drive the development of their fragile parent states, reports Seth Kaplan

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The Roman Singularity by Adam Nathaniel Furman

Rome Prize for Architecture 2014 awarded to Adam Nathaniel Furman Subscription

23 September 2014

The British Academy has selected Furman’s ‘The Roman Singularity’ as winning proposal for this year’s Rome Prize for Architecture

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Troubles in Theory Part VI: From Utopia to Heterotopia Subscription

3 October 2014 | By Anthony Vidler

The sixth instalment in the series turns to the theory of ‘space’ as it was reinterpreted from its Modernist origins to serve political analysis and practice, and focuses on the work and influence of Michel Foucault

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Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don't: What is the Moral Duty of the Architect? Subscription

22 September 2014 | By

Architects are ridiculed if they take a moral position, and attacked if they don’t. What, then, in the 21st century, is ‘the duty of the architect’?

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Style is the Man: Charles Jencks Subscription

12 September 2014 | By

A new monograph on the late works of James Stirling and Michael Wilford prompts some reflections on the role of style and meaning in architecture

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After the Event: Bernard Tschumi Retrospective at the Pompidou Centre Subscription

3 September 2014 | By Anthony Vidler

The recent retrospective on Bernard Tschumi at the Pompidou Centre provided a compelling analysis of a career spanning over 45 years - and ultimately reveals the architect’s unique integration of theory and practice

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