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600 architects compete to design a sukkahSubscription
For the Jewish festival of Sukkot, 600 architects compete to design a temporary structure, or sukkah
Dante’s inferno alights in WaterlooSubscription
The Lazarides Gallery presents Hell’s Half Acre
Common wealth and the complexity of debris: Games highlight the painful growth of modern India
The opening in October of the latest phase of Antwerp’s deSingel Arts Campus by Stéphane Beel marks the culmination of a relationship that dates back to 1989. Photography by Paul Raftery
As the city of Brasilia turns 50, photographer and writer Duccio Malagamba captures the everyday life of this super-scaled utopia
Peter Rich investigates masonry vault structures for the Prince of Wales’ sustainability garden party. Photography by Michael Ramage
On Saturday 1 October, Zaha Hadid Architects picked up Britain’s most prestigious architectural award for the second year running. The AR covered the building when it opened last year, praising its layered and lovable interiors. Photography by Luke Hayes
A revolution in Cuban architecture? Castro opens up private sector
The completion of a library by Bolles+Wilson in The Netherlands raises great expectations – which are not disappointed. Photography by Christian Richters
John Piper’s acute observationsSubscription
Piper in Print by Alan Powers, Hugh Fowler-Wright et al.