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Umbrella urbanism: Hong Kong protestsSubscription
Weeks of unrest by Hong Kong’s democracy campaigners has met with intransigent opposition from the government, while producing new experiences of the city’s spaces, writes John Lin
Although featuring many incredible artists, the Barbican’s Constructing Worlds fails to be thought-provoking because of its lack of curational direction, says Jack Self
Photography in the eyes of the beholderSubscription
Richard Wentworth reveals his take on photography in response to the Barbican exhibition Constructing Worlds
Funded by the Colombian chanteuse’s charity, this school rises above the slum that surrounds it, catalysing social uplift and forming a new anchoring point in a marginalised community
On how architecture can be either manifestation of vanity or source of social transformation
Curating Identity: Edwin Smith's PhotographySubscription
Current RIBA exhibition Ordinary Beauty leads Savtchenko to wonder where Smith’s interpretation of Britishness really comes from: the objects photographed or the nature of the photographs?
After the disaster of 2008, the vultures close in to feast on Athens
Alan Powers’ two-part historical essay reveals World War One’s repercussion on the maturation of Modernism and encourages us to re-evaluate, a century later, both the Modernist canon and its impact on British architecture
Jonathan Meades: French urban planning stands in deep contradiction to the nation’s dream of wholeness
1413: Frank Gehry Neutelings Riedijk BCQ Arquitectura Giancarlo Mazzanti Big Rethink Revisited Paul Rudolph AR @ Soane