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  • Shot Cover

    Editorial View: Architectural RuinsSubscription

    Essay22 April, 2013

    The ruins of Utopia eloquently testify to the impermanence of architecture

  • outdoor perspective Index

    Pedagogy: University of Johannesburg, South AfricaSubscription

    Essay17 April, 2013

    Taking local marginalised neighbourhoods as urban laboratories students at UJ are encouraged to design radical schemes rooted in context


    Hand of CorbSubscription

    Essay16 April, 2013

    A new exhibition in Stockholm collects a vast archive of Le Corbusier’s work, including paintings, sculptures, furniture and other objects by the famous architect


    House in Alcobaça, Portugal by Aires Mateus Subscription

    Building15 April, 2013

    Transmuted into a spectral abstraction of its former self, a ruined house in Alcobaça comes back from the dead

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    Et in arcadia ego Subscription

    Essay11 April, 2013

    Ayla Lepine reviews the exhibition White Cube Green Maze: New Art Landscapes taking place at the Yale School of Architecture Gallery

  • Theory Carousel

    Troubles in Theory IV: the social sideSubscription

    Essay10 April, 2013

    Techno-fetishists may have argued for a scientifically determined architecture in the ’60s and ’70s, but at the same time more politically engaged voices were calling for the reinterpretation of space as an arena for the lived experiences of the everyday

  • View From

    View From DhakaSubscription

    Essay9 April, 2013

    The political unrest that recently engulfed Dhaka highlights some of the cultural tensions discussed at this year’s CAA conference

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    London Schools Part Two: Central St Martin's by Stanton WilliamsSubscription

    Building8 April, 2013

    At the centre of the vast King’s Cross regeneration project, the new home for Central St Martins is a bold gambit in an emerging urban landscape

  • Knitectonics

    Printed MatterSubscription

    Essay3 April, 2013

    Increasing advancements behind 3D printing have triggered much excitement amongst architects and the media but is such fascination misguided?

  • Peter Cook

    Peter CookSubscription

    Essay2 April, 2013

    ‘At eye level, there is plenty to see and distract … but look upwards and the amnesia begins’

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