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Category list : Asia-Pacific

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    Folio: The Flying CitySubscription

    Folio22 September, 2017

    Georgii Krutikov’s drawings depict a utopia where people work on the ground and live in the clouds

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    Perestroika of lifeSubscription

    Thinkpiece22 September, 2017

    The ‘social condenser’ encouraged collective consciousness and elevated the design of life to a science

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    Editorial: Revolutions mean mass housing – and should mean good design Subscription

    Thinkpiece20 September, 2017

    WOHA’s public housing in Singapore is a revolution in mass housing design

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    Life and Seoul: Seoul Biennale 2017Subscription

    News18 September, 2017

    The launch of the Seoul Biennale puts the city centre stage

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    Seoul and the city: 2017 UIA CongressSubscription

    News18 September, 2017

    The 2017 UIA Congress focused on urban fabric in general and host city Seoul in particular

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    Competition: The Reconstruction of CommonsSubscription

    Competition18 September, 2017

    An international student ideas contest has been launched to rethink how public spaces are used in urban areas around the world (Deadline: 18 October)

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    Sunnyhills Cake Shop in Tokyo by Kengo Kuma & AssociatesSubscription

    Buildings13 September, 2017

    Glass does not have a monopoly on transparency. Using the ancient and fiendishly complex Japanese joinery technique of jigoku-gumi, which literally means ‘interlocking hell’, Kengo Kuma enveloped this Tokyo bakery in a hectic cloud of wooden struts. The interior is not visible from the street, making display of the wares on sale impossible, but the building is instantly recognisable –from a distance, it is reminiscent of a wasp nest – making it a striking advertisement for the business. And ...

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    Houses of Isfahan: Zariy Baf house and Mosaver-al-Molk houseSubscription

    Buildings6 September, 2017

    From May 1976, this special Iran Issue focusses on the city of Isfahan

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    Behind the veilSubscription

    Thinkpiece6 September, 2017

    The face of Tehran is changing as traditional notions of private and public mutate and architects look abroad

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    ​Tsinghua Architecture School extension in Beijing, China by Li Xiaodong AtelierSubscription

    Buildings4 September, 2017

    Within strict space and budgetary constraints, the simplicity of Li Xiaodong’s Tsinghua University extension belies its experimental integrity