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  • Style is the Man: Charles Jencks Subscription

    12 September 2014 | By

    A new monograph on the late works of James Stirling and Michael Wilford prompts some reflections on the role of style and meaning in architecture

  • After the Event: Bernard Tschumi Retrospective at the Pompidou Centre Subscription

    3 September 2014 | By Anthony Vidler

    The recent retrospective on Bernard Tschumi at the Pompidou Centre provided a compelling analysis of a career spanning over 45 years - and ultimately reveals the architect’s unique integration of theory and practice

  • Mies: Behind the Smoke Screen Subscription

    8 August 2014 | By Spyros Papapetros

    A major new monograph on Mies by the late Detlef Mertins seeks the enigma behind the cigar

  • It's a Small World, After All Subscription

    17 June 2014 | By

    Nicholas Olsberg reflects on the history of the now rehabilitated Ground Zero site through the story of Minoru Yamasaki’s World Trade Center

  • Critical Mass: Why Architectural Criticism Matters Subscription

    28 May 2014 | By Michael Sorkin

    By seeing beyond the glittering novelty of form, it is criticism's role to assess and promote the positive effects architecture can bring to society and the wider world

  • Limbo Architecture: Painters of Modernism Subscription

    16 May 2014 | By

    Interpreted by painters in many different ways, Modernism continues to be a compelling subject matter and muse that encourages artists to go beyond notions of simple representation and instead seek to evoke something more profound