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  • March 2014 Cover

    March 2014Subscription

    Digital Issue28 March, 2014

    1405: Rem Koolhaas, O’Donnell + Tuomey, Perkins and Will, Venturi and Scott Brown, Leon Krier, Manplan

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    Architecture and Sculpture: A Dialogue in Los AngelesSubscription

    Essay11 March, 2014

    Sculptural architecture can be moving, monstrous, or just plain arbitrary: a group of exhibitions in LA explores the borderline between the two spatial disciplines

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    Business School, State University of New York by Perkins + WillSubscription

    Building10 March, 2014

    Adding to a 1960’s campus in upstate New York, this new building acts as an incubator for ideas about how business education is evolving

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    Goths and HeathensSubscription

    Essay5 March, 2014

    GA Bremner’s beautifully illustrated tome presents colonial architecture as a symbol and mechanism for social identity

  • Index

    Manplan: The Bravest Moment in Architectural PublishingSubscription

    Essay3 March, 2014

    In September 1969, the Architectural Review launched the brave and hard-hitting Manplan. Today, this dark humanist manifesto still strikes a chord in the debate of architecture’s social responsibilities


    Denise Scott Brown (1931- ) and Robert Venturi (1925-2018)

    Essay3 March, 2014

    In remembrance of Robert Venturi who sadly passed away on 19 September: the pair of Learning from Las Vegas fame, whose mannerist inquisition of taste will be their enduring legacy


    Free Form: High School in Caneças by ARX, Portugal Subscription

    Building3 March, 2014

    A remodelled school in Portugal expressively catalyses a more social learning environment

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    Leon Krier on sustainable urbanism and the legible citySubscription

    Essay27 February, 2014

    The angst of backwardness and its consequences: Reflecting on the huge changes that have occurred in London over his long career, Leon Krier argues in this essay that it is traditional urbanism − not dense Modernism − that offers the solutions to the planet’s ecological problems

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    Let's Demolish WhitehallSubscription

    Essay26 February, 2014

    The story of Leslie Martin’s ambitious plans to transform Whitehall is one that deserves to be known, and is well told by Adam Sharr and Stephen Thornton

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    Editorial View: Destroying a way of life in the insane fog of warSubscription

    Essay26 February, 2014

    While our war-torn cities can be rebuilt, their fraught social linkages will never be the same

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