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Intentional design decisions play only a small part in shaping the city and architects are deluding themselves if they think otherwise
In the midst of the New Sculpturalism exhibition at MoMA and the Pacific Standard Time Modern Architecture programme, Tom Partridge spoke to Hagy Belzberg, designer of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, about what it’s like to practise in LA.
These colourful geometrical studies in oil paint are by Chilean practice Pezo von Ellrichshaussen, whose buildings include the green-stained Fosc House in San Pedro, Chile (2009)
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The biggest city in Africa needs an architectural impetus commensurate with its growing size and importance, say John Godwin and Gillian Hopwood
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Housing, once the bedrock of Sweden's welfare state, now needs radical intervention, says Rasmus Wærn