Category list : 2019
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Founder of Stephen Taylor Architects is the first annonunced on this year’s AR House judging panel
Forging a pattern for a new archetypal character distinct from that of her oft-cited male counterpart, the flâneuse savours the city and surrounding life in a way that has historically been denied her
Phases of home lifeSubscription
after Alison Smithson
Pyjama party: what we do in bedSubscription
Place of work, protest, creativity, sexual gratification as well as slumber – the bed hosts myriad activities
If the human form can be depicted as a house, what does it mean to dismantle it?
From artists to architects and politicans to performers, a sea of talented women’s eyes – shaped in the female form – look back at the reader
Editorial: sexual revolutionsSubscription
In the annual Women In Architecture issue the AR looks beyond feminist practices and binary gender divisions, proposing we remake our ideas about sex, sexuality and gender – and correspondingly their relationship with architecture and cities
Ada Louise Huxtable (1921-2013)Subscription
Ada Louise Huxtable made history as the first full-time architecture critic at a US newspaper when she joined the New York Times, and was later awarded the first Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 1970
‘An image for me should never be completely defined’: How Hélène Binet's photographs changed the way we look at architectureSubscription
Winner of the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize 2019, Hélène Binet’s photographs are more than simply representations of the buildings they depict. They are distinct works in their own right
‘My intention was never to be an architect’: Elizabeth Diller's role in the contemporary creative landscapeSubscription
Absorbing and elaborating creativity from a wide array of artistic endeavours is, winner of the Jane Drew Prize 2019, Elizabeth Diller’s forte.