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Queer Gothic: architecture, gender and desireSubscription
Through a historical study of the connections between architecture, gender and desire, Ayla Lepine reveals the invisibility and marginalisation of queer history
A modest book of office-based research displays exceptionally beautiful and economic structural principles
The 2014 Diploma Honours, highest award bestowed on AA graduating students, showcase a wide spectrum of projects and unveil very distinct visions for the future of architecture
Featuring leading theorists in the field, the symposium demonstrated the vital importance of architecture’s political dimension
Disseminated by smart phones and Instagram, critical photography thrives online. But can it change the way we look at buildings?
Enticing both town and gown, Helsinki Universityʼs new central library marries scholarliness with commerce, reflecting the changing character of academic institutions and the nature of public space
Fran Tonkiss: ‘Faux Baroque is not the worst thing that can happen to a 21st-century city’Subscription
Coming from London, I’m used to experiencing a kind of archi-envy when in Europe’s less self-consciously ‘global’ cities
This timely exhibition claims the rise of cybernetics has evolved from a self-governing technological system to a political model encompassing significant limitations
Reconsidering the archetype of the mews dwelling, this new house explores the tension between the rigour of its street presence and a fluid inner realm
The structure of the present competition for Olympicopolis falls short of Victorian ideals