Letters from the Editor
On Siza, from Portugal to China
As architecture can rarely truly grasp the notion of absence, memorial culture lapses into comforting banality
Editorial View: A primer from the PrinceSubscription
On The Prince of Wales’ ten principles for sustainable urban growth
On how architecture can be either manifestation of vanity or source of social transformation
Could Howard’s Garden City and Rudlin’s winning proposal for the Wilson Prize give crucial hints to come out of the housing crisis?
What happens when disability is not seen as a problem for architecture to solve, but as a potential generative impetus?
On the uneasy relationship between reductivist beauty contests and architecture’s nuanced narratives and complexities
If the Venice Biennale is an often criticized event, could Koolhaas’ 2014 edition succeed in being more substantial?
Editorial View: Who Needs Architecture Critics?Subscription
More than ever, architecture is in need of provocative, engaging and entertaining critics
On the relationship, or lack thereof, between architect and building site