Your browser is no longer supported

For the best possible experience using our website we recommend you upgrade to a newer version or another browser.

Your browser appears to have cookies disabled. For the best experience of this website, please enable cookies in your browser

This site uses cookies. By using our services, you agree to our cookie use.
Learn more here.

Typology studies

Sort By: Newest firstOldest firstA-ZZ-A

  • John schofield the last of the billingsgate fish porters london 2012 claudia leisinger

    Typology: Market hallSubscription

    The market hall shelters a cornucopia of delights, but the traffic and mess it generates presents a challenge to planners

  • Pa 4385731

    Typology: Law CourtSubscription

    From Kafkaesque labyrinths of columns and arches to the abstraction of Modernist towers: the representation of justice in a world ruled by its absence is an intractable task 

  • Screen shot 2018 05 23 at 12.31.51

    Typology: PrisonSubscription

    To confine, secure, rehabilitate or punish: the prison has several, sometimes contradictory aims, but however humane its approach, penal architecture is essentially cruel

  • 17424591259 1623442fbf o

    Typology: Buildings for animalsSubscription

    Designing buildings for animals has prompted an extraordinary range of responses, from palace to cat flap, which say more about humans than the residents

  • Lon35766

    Typology: BathhouseSubscription

    Since time immemorial, and from continent to continent, saunas or bathhouses have played a community role, stripping their users of social distinctions and affording a rich seam for architects

  • Hull

    Typology: Public toiletSubscription

    From the pissoir to the sanisette, from the communal to the stand-alone pod, from male to female provision, a rich seam of history runs through toilets

  • Gettyimages 50335646

    Typology: ShopSubscription

    Sacred lair of the commodity, its mysteries veiled by plate glass: who can resist the lure of the shop? 

  • Gursky© shanghai

    Typology: HotelsSubscription

    Anonymous rooms for anonymous and rootless lives, the hotel has long been a giant metaphor for modernity

  • Edward burtynsky three gorges dam1

    Typology: DamsSubscription

    The control of nature promised a world transformed for the benefit of humans, but have gigantic dams drowned such hopes?

  • Typologyindex

    Typology: SkyscraperSubscription

    Soaring expression of the individualistic spirit of capitalism, logical extrusion of land values or irrational, anti-urban monster?

Show  10 per page20 per page50 per page