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Reputations

Every issue we publish a portrait of an influencer or agitator, written by an independent critic, to break with historic canons or investigate the most significant characters of our time – each published with an illustration commissioned to show the character with their work

6 hassan fathy architectural review

Hassan Fathy (1900-1989)Subscription

By Viola Bertini

Often referred to as the ‘Architect of the Poor’, Hassan Fathy used a particular interpretation of tradition to propose an alternative modernity

Women in Architecture

The Women in Architecture awards, in association with The Architectural Review and The Architects’ Journal, look to inspire change in the architectural profession by celebrating great design from around the world and promoting role models for young women in practice. Click here to visit the campaign site

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The Invisible Women: How female architects were erased from historySubscription

By Eva Álvarez, Carlos Gómez

As stars or workers, women are often not attributed with authorship of the work; they are oppressed by the fact of being women

Emerging Architecture

Through featured profiles of emerging practices worldwide and an annual awards programme, AR Emerging Architecture supports young designers at a key moment in their career, placing them on a global stage and promoting their work to the world. You can learn more about the awards here.