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After the disaster of 2008, the vultures close in to feast on Athens
Encompassing a diverse arts programme, Arnhemʼs new Cultuurhuis has a spatial and textural richness that seeks to consolidate the cityʼs diffuse historic centre
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
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?
On how architecture can be either manifestation of vanity or source of social transformation
Jonathan Meades: French urban planning stands in deep contradiction to the nation’s dream of wholeness
The short-lived burst of creative genius that surfaced from the Weimar Republic’s turmoil is delightfully presented in Haunted Screens, an exhibition curated by Maltzan and Murphy in Los Angeles
1413: Frank Gehry Neutelings Riedijk BCQ Arquitectura Giancarlo Mazzanti Big Rethink Revisited Paul Rudolph AR @ Soane
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
Paul Rudolph (1918-1997)Subscription
A life of reputations: genius, prodigy, beach house architect, maverick, brilliant instructor, virtuoso, failure and martyred saint, all for a single human being