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Urbz: ’Dirt is fertile. Mess is more’ Subscription


Working with Mumbai’s density, productivity and energy, Urbz’s user-centric architecture has expanded outside India to Bogotá, São Paulo, Geneva and Seoul

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STPMJ: ‘In Korea, architecture was not seen as a profession that synthesises cultural, social and environmental aspects’Subscription

By Catherine Slessor

With one foot in South Korea and the other in New York, the work of Seung Teak Lee and Mi Jung Lim is a hybridisation of East and West


The 2016 Emerging Architecture awardsVideoSubscription

The judges, winners and supporters of last year’s Emerging Architecture awards share their experiences


Interview: Grupo TOMAVideoSubscription

‘The architect as a super-star is disappearing’: an interview with Chilean practice, Grupo TOMA


Since 1999, the AR Emerging Architecture awards have granted early recognition to young architects.

Here we tell the story of early alumni.

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Bjarke Ingels: between unbounded optimism and identifiable anxietySubscription

By Ian Volner, Julian Rose

Ingels combines all the ecological and civic aspirations of the anti-starchitects with the high romance of the solo designer-demiurge

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Thomas Heatherwick: ‘I wanted to be an inventor’Subscription

By Kate Goodwin

As projects grow in scale and complexity, Heatherwick Studio seeks to maintain its original design philosophy to create surprising objets, sensual details and pleasurable spaces

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Klein Dytham architecture: ‘We don’t need any more grey boxes’Subscription

By George Kafka

From PechaKucha to Home-for-All, Klein and Dytham’s work is to the point, self-explanatory and, above all, fun

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Sou Fujimoto: ‘Foreigners don't want really crazy things’Subscription

By Naomi Pollock

Although small design challenges still excite Fujimoto, he is now thinking big and merging architecture with urbanism