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Rio, Brazil

Rio’s eviction predilection Subscription

By Catherine Osborn

After years of false promises, even more residents of Rio’s favelas face eviction to make way for the Olympics

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Guna House in Concepción, Chile by Pezo von Ellrichshausen Subscription

By José Luis Uribe Ortiz

The austere geometry of the house is complemented by the modesty of its materials

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Bank Headquarters in Buenos Aires by Clorindo Testa Subscription

Archive: the winning proposal broke away from the accepted pattern of bank design and made no concession to the conservatism of commercial architecture in Argentina

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Church at Atlantida, Uruguay, by Eladio Dieste Subscription

Archive: Dieste’s undulating brick walls were originally published in the AR in September 1961

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Housing in the USA by IM Pei & Associates Subscription

By James Marston Fitch

Archive: a series of housing projects constituted the early works of the then newly founded IM Pei & Associates

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AR:EA Paraguay: Gloria Cabral Subscription

By Jay Merrick

‘If tomatoes become cheaper than bricks, we’ll build with tomatoes’

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AR:EA Collective: Supersudaca

By Supersudaca Collective

‘With its sometimes lethal, sometimes brilliant mixture of unplanned development, urbanisation, improvisation and freedom, we believe China and Africa have more to learn from Latin America than from the West’

Commitment Emerging Architecture Awards

AR:EA launch: The AR renews its commitment to Emerging Architecture

27 May 2015

Alongside the £10,000 Emerging Architecture awards, every month AR:EA will be profiling new talent and fresh and stimulating projects from around the world