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  • Humanplan: a 21st century pocket manifesto for architects Subscription

    25 March 2015 | By Catherine Slessor

    A short sharp graphic call to arms designed to stimulate the synapses. The campaign for a more humane architecture begins here

  • The Imaginary of ‘Africanness’ in South African Architecture Subscription

    23 March 2015 | By Federico Freschi

    The persistent use of imagery from the ruins of Great Zimbabwe points to a universal desire to connect with atavistic cultural roots

  • Personalising climate control: architecture operating based on our lifestyle patterns Subscription

    22 March 2015 | By Carlo Ratti, Matthew Claudel

    As real-time sensing and actuating systems – thermal clouds, acoustic enclaves, light responsive canopies – are integrated into the built environment, buildings will become aware of occupants

  • Two decades of Herzog & de Meuron Subscription

    18 March 2015 | By Rowan Moore

    Seen as unknowns when they were picked to design the Tate Modern in 1995, Herzog and de Meuron have today morphed into a ubiquitous global practice - yet their work continues to surprise with its subtle singularities

  • Australian Ugliness Subscription

    17 March 2015 | By Emma Letizia Jones

    Emma Letizia Jones revisits Robin Boyd’s The Australian Ugliness, and asks whether it is ever possible to give valid form to a displaced culture in an alien landscape

  • Ecological Urbanism Subscription

    16 March 2015 | By Susannah Hagan

    Architects have been steadily pushed out of urban design but through embracing Ecological Urbanism may reclaim their authority and create cities in symbiotic harmony with nature