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Founder of Stephen Taylor Architects is the first annonunced on this year’s AR House judging panel
Entries open for AR House 2019Subscription
Now in its tenth year, The Architectural Review is seeking the most innovative and creative houses in the world – enter the AR House awards now
Editorial: House – the building type that continues to inspire the architectural imaginationSubscription
The house, at its root, is about shelter with varying degrees of comfort, amenity and scale – a carefully balanced combination which makes for experimental ground.
AR House 2018 Commended: made of stackable units providing living space for up to three months, this modular, portable and temporary housing system suggests new possibilities for superior forms of emergency shelter
AR House 2018 Commended: set on a rural verdant hillside 100 miles southwest of Mexico City, this holiday home in Valle de Bravo embraces and nurtures nature
AR House 2018 Commended: strategically laid out in relation to climate and orientation, this vaulted rectilinear brick and concrete garden pavilion creates space around it as much as within
AR House Highly Commended: as a new addition to the House for Trees series, this is the Vietnamese architects’ latest radical integration of greenery into architecture
AR House 2018 Highly Commended: the architects have breathed new life into three interconnected buildings while maintaining the essence of the old structure
AR July/August 2018 on AR House + FurnitureSubscription
ZAV | Schemata | Vo Trong Nghia | Fernanda Canales and Claudia Rodríguez | Aalto University Wood Program | Mesura | O’BVDSH | Junya Ishigami | Charlotte Perriand | Olson Kundig | Amin Taha + Groupwork | Lu Wenyu | Sigurd Lewerentz
AR House winner 2018: set in the foothills of Iran’s Zagros Mountains, this girls’ orphanage gives vulnerable children a safe and culturally sensitive environment to grow up in