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The ghosts of Stuttgart’s past gather in this palimpsest of historical layers, drawn together in a building of unusual inclusiveness to form a new headquarters for the Protestant Church in Germany
1412: Atelier Deshaus Peter Hübner Lederer Ragnasdóttir Oei Lütjens Padmanabhan Troubles in Theory VI Buckminster Fuller
Is raising the profile of bamboo as a building material for high-rise useful or irresponsible? asks Tim Coleridge
Wiping out the capitalist paradigm to question the potential evolution of our cities and the architect’s future role in a world without money inevitably leads to an inconclusive publication
‘London’s waterways could become a shared territory around which a more egalitarian and sustainable city can develop’Subscription
Ellis Woodman: London’s neglected riverfront is poised to make a comeback
Participatory design lies at the heart of Peter Hübner’s practice, and in this new school in Germany it comes into its own as students and teachers collaborated with the architects to create a space of their own
Now that buildings have been transformed into currency, Easterling argues for demolition as an agent for growth, rather than a symbol of failure, and calls for the contribution of architects to policy-making
Curation Consumption: Berlin's Museum IslandSubscription
The museums’ new meta-structure rearranges the collections into a singular heritage and drags visitors through a prescribed promenade designed to encourage consumption of coffees as much as culture
Lifelong Marxist and proletarian architect Berthold Lubetkin shed light on all things Russian, critically presenting the stories of avant-garde Soviet architecture, Constructivism and Socialist Realism to the rest of the world
Could Howard’s Garden City and Rudlin’s winning proposal for the Wilson Prize give crucial hints to come out of the housing crisis?