Category list : 1987
Stories with this category.
‘Society has suffered long enough from finished architecture: buildings must be allowed to grow and change’Subscription
Archive: a look at different approaches of the architecture of participation in which the architect’s role changes to be perhaps more rewarding
‘A thoughtful synthesis of Western Modernism with what is essential in Indian traditional building’Subscription
If flawed in some respects, these projects do promise great things to come
Dan Cruickshank discusses the work of some architects whose work is representative of the current search for an Indian architecture and assesses the different ways in which they utilize indigenous building and design traditions
Modernism and the search for Indian identitySubscription
Archive: the best recent architecture in India may contain relevant hints for other developing countries
1987 January: ChandigarhSubscription
The Governor’s Garden which fuses architecture and landscape in a way unparalleled in Le Corbusier’s ouvre is analysed by Caroline Constant, and set in the context of his changing attitudes to landscape.
1987 June: 'Tate and Clore' by John SummersonSubscription
John Summerson examines Stirling’s extension to London’s Tate Gallery and finds the work of a master collagist. Charles Jencks interviews James Stirling on his intentions
Richard Etlin discusses Le Corbusier’s villas of the 1920s, first published January 1987
Peter Buchanan introduces the 1987 AR issue marking the centenary of Le Corbusier’s birth, first published January 1987