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Ever the divider of opinion, the computer’s entrance into the architectural profession posed questions that are now more current and pressing than they have ever been
Álvaro Siza’s Quinta da Malagueira estate offers radical lessons in the relationship of architecture and time
Through a historical study of the connections between architecture, gender and desire, Ayla Lepine reveals the invisibility and marginalisation of queer history
Disseminated by smart phones and Instagram, critical photography thrives online. But can it change the way we look at buildings?
Alan Powers’ two-part historical essay reveals World War One’s repercussion on the maturation of Modernism and encourages us to re-evaluate, a century later, both the Modernist canon and its impact on British architecture
The Prince of Wales sets out ten key principles for sustainable urban growth that values tradition