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July 1983

AR 120: Norman Foster on TechnologySubscription


As the AR turns 120, Norman Foster looks back on how architecture has shaped - and been shaped by - the vagaries of technological development

More on AR 120


Tribute to Oscar NiemeyerSubscription


Norman Foster pays tribute to his hero, the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer who died recently aged 104

Brazilian Architecture


Jan Gehl vs Norman Foster: How to Make a Habitable CitySubscription

By Kat Martindale

Jan Gehl is keynote speaker at the RIBA’s 8th annual research symposium, which considers how the Modernist approach to designing buildings and infrastructure has not lived up to the utopian ideals in which it is so firmly rooted