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  • Constructing Culture: The Work of Hannah Arendt Subscription

    11 December 2014 | By Hans Teerds

    Architecture’s ambiguity – caught between ‘mere’ construction and artistic practice – raises questions about the relevance of its cultural dimension

  • How Socialist Architecture Shaped Iraq Subscription

    11 December 2014 | By Lukasz Stanek

    The transfer of architectural labour from Poland to Iraq in the years 1958 to 1989 also exported the heritage of Polish interwar architecture

  • From Practice to Theory: Landscape Urbanism Subscription

    11 December 2014 | By Francesco Repishti

    In a world increasingly conscious of the environment, landscape urbanism has become an autonomous discipline, developing its own mode of practice and ideology

  • Almost Exactly: The 7/8 Scale Subscription

    11 December 2014 | By Amy Kulper

    Oval Office replicas produced at 7/8 scale lead to the examination of the ‘almost exact’ and reveal the importance of the residual 1/8 as domain of the spatial imaginary

  • Learning from CGIs Subscription

    11 December 2014 | By Gillian Rose, Monica Degen and Clare Melhuish

    Reconceiving the computer-generated render as an interface for human interaction rather than a static object

  • The Architecture School and the Concentration Camp Subscription

    11 December 2014 | By Ana María León

    In 1970s Chile, an architecture school and a concentration camp appeared three miles apart at Ritoque. The parallel communities used similar games to create spaces for liberation