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  • HK_protests_964_index

    Umbrella urbanism: Hong Kong protestsSubscription

    Essay28 October, 2014

    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

  • Dymaxion House

    The Big Rethink revisited: Becoming EarthlingsSubscription

    Essay21 November, 2014

    Reflecting on The Big Rethink series of essays, Buchanan argues for a new culture integrating understandings of ecology, evolution and identity

  • BCQ_964_index_2

    Taking Root: Joan Maragall Library, Barcelona, Spain, by BCQ ArquitecturaSubscription

    Building13 November, 2014

    The fragmented, verdant structure of this semi-subterranean library creates a different kind of public space in Barcelonaʼs urban milieu

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    School of Shakira: Lomas del Peyé School, Cartagena, Colombia, by Giancarlo MazzantiSubscription

    Building4 November, 2014

    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

  • privatisation

    Public Disgrace: Why Britain is now a private islandSubscription

    Essay15 November, 2014

    By explaining the privatisation of our mail, railways, water, electricity, health and homes, Meek demonstrates that Britain now belongs to someone else

  • wentworth_964

    Photography in the eyes of the beholderSubscription

    Essay1 November, 2014

    Richard Wentworth reveals his take on photography in response to the Barbican exhibition Constructing Worlds

  • rudolph_964_index

    Paul Rudolph (1918-1997)Subscription

    Essay17 November, 2014

    A life of reputations: genius, prodigy, beach house architect, maverick, brilliant instructor, virtuoso, failure and martyred saint, all for a single human being

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    Part One: British architecture before the Great WarSubscription

    Essay11 November, 2014

    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

  • November 2014, 1413

    November 2014Subscription

    Digital Issue12 November, 2014

    1413: Frank Gehry Neutelings Riedijk BCQ Arquitectura Giancarlo Mazzanti Big Rethink Revisited Paul Rudolph AR @ Soane

  • haunted_scenes_964

    From Caligari to Hitler: 1920s German Cinema at the LACMASubscription

    Essay18 November, 2014

    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

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