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‘The AR is about fresh ideas, which must be provoked, teased out, tickled or sparked’ Subscription

By Christine Murray

In this, her first editorial, new AR Editor Christine Murray sets out her editorial ambitions


May 2015, 1419. Volume CCXXXVII Subscription

Click to view: Reinier de Graaf on Capitalism | Renato Rizzi | Thomas Heatherwick | Luciano Pia | David Best & Artichoke | Frei Otto | Playboy


Bending Light: Glass makes the turn at Salone 2015 Subscription


When glass, often understood as ‘immaterial’, becomes one of the most playful corporeal substances at the disposal of designers


Uncovering the forgotten works of Mackintosh Subscription

By Douglas Murphy

Lesser-known projects question the legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh; was he really a lone misunderstood genius, or just a great late Victorian architect?

Striped house in Kensington, London

The curious history of striped architecture Subscription

By Ashley Paine

A red-and-white-striped townhouse has ruffled feathers in London’s Kensington, but this garish decorative style has a noble, if checkered, history


Sofia von Ellrichshausen and Pippo Ciorra to judge AR House Awards

As the deadline looms, Director of Pezo von Ellrichshausen and Senior Curator at the MAXXI Museum in Rome will join AR Editor to award world’s best houses completed in the past 5 years


3 days left to enter the AR House Awards!

Have you designed the best house in the world? Enter the awards and have your project judged by the Architectural Review. Deadline 8 May