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  • 2013_02

    February 2013, 1392. Volume CCXXXIIISubscription

    Digital Issue6 February, 2013

  • Baltard

    Thieving Baltard! Subscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    Niall Hobhouse on the 19th century painter turned architect’s exhibition in Paris

  • Hertzberger

    Filippo Brunelleschi (1377-1446)Subscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    One of the first great modern architects – perhaps most famous for the dome of Florence Cathedral, Santa Maria del Fiore – Brunelleschi’s fresh understanding of the laws of perspective revolutionised painting too

  • BookM

    Book Mountain: MVRDV's Library in Spijkenisee, RotterdamSubscription

    Building31 January, 2013

    The short shelf life of this Dutch library’s collection enabled MVRDV to turn the spines out to face the town and invite in its inhabitants

  • rcr

    Banqueting Pavilion, Restaurant Les Cols by RCR Arquitectes, Girona, SpainSubscription

    Building31 January, 2013

    Using banal materials to poetic effect, this dining marquee sits between architecture, landscape art and minimalist sculpture

  • Pallasmma

    Juhani Pallasmaa's Sense and SensibilitySubscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    Juhani Pallasmaa’s new book Encounters II asserts ideas of the phenomenological but relies heavily on cryptic terminology

  • Hecker Index

    The Sketches of Zvi HeckerSubscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    An ‘artist whose profession is architecture’, captures 16 buildings’ dynamic in space, emphasising the importance of hand drawings in a creative process which is becoming ever more software-based

  • Descartes Human Brain

    The Great DivideSubscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    The Cartesian split of mind and matter has hampered our thinking about architecture for too long, but that could all be about to change

  • duchess

    The ugly truth: the beauty of ugliness

    Essay31 January, 2013

    The best-selling author of Ugly: The Aesthetics of Everything, sees ugliness as a necessary corrective that stimulates a deeper appreciation of beauty

  • Cobbing_1023_Copyright_Nick_Cobbing___Greenpeace

    View from The ArcticSubscription

    Essay31 January, 2013

    With melting ice caps leading to potentially destructive oil and gas exploration in the far north, Matt Shaw and Will Trossel, the founders of ScanLAB projects, join Greenpeace on an Arctic expedition

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