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Retrospective: the way by KéréSubscription
The growing body of work by this German-trained African architect represents a dialogue between global North and South
The legacy of apartheid by design will take generations to rectify
The refugee camps of the Western Sahara allow us to rethink the notion of the nation state - and that of the citizen itself
The development of laminated timber has facilitated the construction of unprecedentedly tall wooden buildings
The tallest building in the world when completed, at around one km
Hegau Tower in Singen, Germany by JAHNSubscription
The grid of the facade suggests an infinite extensibility, without extravagant height
Soaring expression of the individualistic spirit of capitalism, logical extrusion of land values or irrational, anti-urban monster?
Medina morphology for large artificial family: SOS Children’s Village in Djibouti by Urko SanchezSubscription
This Children’s Village follows van Eyck’s idea that ‘a house must be like a small city if it’s to be a real house; a city like a large house if it’s to be a real city’
The way in which such projects are procured, designed and delivered has to be reviewed and refined
The extension to Vredenburg Hospital by Wolff Architects integrates a history of piecemeal additions