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  • chicken point cabin olson kundig

    Retrospective: Olson KundigSubscription

    Essay13 August, 2018

    The work of this Seattle-based practice employs mechanisms to enhance architecture’s sense of the tactile

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    Lu Wenyu: the emphasis on craft and precisionSubscription

    Essay10 August, 2018

    The architecture and teaching of  Lu Wenyu emphasises the virtues of craft and precision, using historical knowledge as the catalyst for innovation

  • Bhtb22 betweenchairs [en] (1)

    Book of the month: Between Chairs at Ulm and NIDSubscription

    Essay8 August, 2018

    In a country at risk of losing touch with its handcrafted roots, a reminder of India’s dialogue with Ulm School of Design is timely and necessary

  • Gehry chair crop

    Outrage: Architects' expensive trophy chairs are nothing newSubscription

    Essay6 August, 2018

    All architects have a chair in them, but as with everyman novels, most should never hit the production line

  • Davidadje aia2018

    Conventional wisdom: report AIA 2018 in New YorkSubscription

    Essay2 August, 2018

    The 2018 AIA National Convention laudably focused on increasing architecture’s diversity and potential to create better cities, but the profession risks being left behind by the construction boom

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    Revisit: Lewerentz’s St Peter’sSubscription

    Building1 August, 2018

    Overlooked by the AR at the time of its completion, the enigmatic internal landscape of Sigurd Lewerentz’s masterpiece in Klippan still carries power and meaning in every brick

  • Co op zimmer hannes meyer

    Soft cell: the minimum dwellingSubscription

    Essay30 July, 2018

    Promising a life free of the burden of domestic space, Hannes Meyer’s Co-op Interieur occupies a unique position in the history of the room

  • Maxresdefault

    Peek inside the wardrobe: a new historySubscription

    Essay27 July, 2018

    Far from being a mere storage device, the wardrobe has acted as personal bank, war funder, room divider and even a portal to a magical world

  • 13 house in miyamotocho2 211

    Floor polish: floor as furniture in JapanSubscription

    Essay24 July, 2018

    Floors in Japan have traditionally been treated as furniture, a phenomenon which has experienced a recent revival in contemporary architecture

  • 05 photo finished building

    Balancing act: Junya Ishigami’s shifts in scaleSubscription

    Essay23 July, 2018

    From tabletops to cultural centres, Junya Ishigami’s delicate oneiric world obscures the confines of furniture and architecture 

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