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January 2012, 1379. VOLUME CCXXXISubscription
The discovery of the oldest known wooden stairway in Europe, preserved in an Alpine saltmine, revealed astonishing levels of design sophistication among some of our distant ancestors. Timothy Taylor muses on Bronze Age construction and placemaking and the effects that prehistoric architecture may have had on social control.
View From Suzhou, ChinaSubscription
As the COP17 talks emphasise the need for action on climate change, China is using sustainable development as a political tool
Viewpoints: Farshid Moussavi on ActivismSubscription
Architecture and activism should be as closely linked as the problems we need to solve
Modernist Pioneers exhibition in ViennaSubscription
New exhibition in the Lower Belvedere celebrates the 150th anniversary of Klimt’s birth
Your views: Is Britain's architectural industry crushing its fledgling practices before they've grown wings?Subscription
Hari Phillips of Bell Phillips Architects responds to AR’s Emerging Architecture issue and asks why so few British entries made it to the finish line
Shenzhen is not Venice but it does have an architectural biennale
Two dwellings display an equally deft approach to the constraints of the suburb and the freedom of the forest
The striking transformation of a run-down tower in northern Paris suggests an alternative approach to the physical and social redevelopment of decaying post-war housing
Eric Owen Moss speaks at the RIBASubscription
A review of the ninth annual Jencks Award winner’s RIBA lecture.