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Exhibitions

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Pedagogy

  • ESALA, Edinburgh, Scotland

    5 December 2013 | By Matthew Barac

    ESALA students are learning how to listen to the city and respond to what it has to say

  • KIST, Kigali, Rwanda

    25 October 2013 | By Matthew Barac

    Kigali Institute of Science & Technology sees an international faculty and 19 home grown students drive an african identity towards solving the social economic and development agenda in Rwanda

  • Women in architectural academia

    4 October 2013 | By Matthew Barac

    The state of gender equality in architectural education alongside a growing cohort of influential female academics

  • Pedagogy: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago

    20 September 2013 | By Matthew Barac

    This Chilean university encourages students to consider very real social and environmental contexts as a rich source of inspiration guiding their creativity

  • Pedagogy: Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

    2 August 2013 | By Matthew Barac

    Situated at the crossroads between Western and Arab cultures, the Beirut Arab University encourages students to think about both past and present, at both local and global scales

  • Pedagogy: Graz University of Technology, Austria

    2 July 2013 | By Matthew Barac

    Despite its heritage as a technical college and a rigorous curriculum, the Graz approach recognises architecture as a highly personal thing

Reputations

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Paul Rudolph

17 November 2014 | By Timothy M Rohan

A life of reputations: genius, prodigy, beach house architect, maverick, brilliant instructor, virtuoso, failure and martyred saint, all for a single human being

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Buckminster Fuller

30 September 2014 | By Paul Daves

Behind the scenes of the Dymaxion World Map hides a 5 foot 1, cross-eyed and presbyopic Bucky who admits the military potential of the geodesic domes certainly helped to pay the bills

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Richard Rogers

29 August 2014 | By Owen Hatherley

Colonies of luxury flats obscure the violence and excitement of Richard Rogers’ finest projects

Featured Review

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Public Disgrace: Why Britain is now a private island Subscription

15 November 2014 | By James Pallister

By explaining the privatisation of our mail, railways, water, electricity, health and homes, Meek demonstrates that Britain now belongs to someone else