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What an exhibition of fantastical utopias drawn by Bartlett graduates says about urban space Subscription

1 April 2015 | By Joel Blackledge

The captivating images of these speculative projects have more in common with art than architecture, but the Urban Tales exhibition nevertheless challenges our view of the city


China Academy of Art Museum in Xiangshan, China by Kengo Kuma Subscription

20 March 2015 | By Jack Self

Planing down the hillside in Hangzhou, Kengo Kuma’s new museum for the China Academy of Art is a dazzling play of pottery parallelograms that pays homage to his friend Wang Shu


The Interlace in Singapore by OMA/Ole Scheeren Subscription

19 March 2015 | By Rowan Moore

Combining megastructural drama with intimate communal ambitions, Ole Scheeren and OMA’s Interlace housing has a scale and abruptness typical of Singapore’s urban milieu, but it also recasts and reframes it

Architects should campaign for election

Why I am standing in the UK election Subscription

31 March 2015 | By Gordon Shrigley

How Gordon Shrigley plans to unleash the political power of the profession

AR Editor Christine Murray

Christine Murray named AR Editor

30 March 2015

A new era begins at The Architectural Review as Christine Murray takes the helm