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Where does architecture end and marketing begin? Subscription

By Crystal Bennes

Design decisions are increasingly directed not by architects but by marketing executives, writes Crystal Bennes

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

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

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The Interlace in Singapore by OMA/Ole Scheeren Subscription

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

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Have you designed the best house in the world?

Enter the AR House awards and have your project judged by the Architectural Review. Deadline 8 May

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‘The best work was from emerging designers’ Subscription

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From Erlenmeyer flasks of tea to the 2015 Expo UK Pavilion, James Haldane reports on Milan’s annual design fair, Salone del Mobile 2015

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Architecture is a weapon in the West Bank Subscription

By Eleanor Jolliffe

Urban design has become a military tactic used by the Israeli and Palestinian authorities, argues Eleanor Jolliffe

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Prouvé's plans for modern warfare Subscription

By Jack Self

The architectural product was a simple demountable barracks, but Jean Prouvé’s system-based approach predicted the importance of speed, rather than force, in modern combat