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United States

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He, She & It, Buffalo, USA, by Davidson RafailidisSubscription

By Eleanor Beaumont

AR House Shortlist 2017: this ‘three-in-one’ studio built on the cheap is far from bargain basement

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

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

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Low Design Office: ‘For our generation, the only way to be radical is to build’Subscription

At Low Design Office’s Agbogbloshie Makerspace Platform in the scrapyards of Accra, Ghana, new into old takes on a whole new meaning

United States archive

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August 2015: United StatesSubscription

1422: Renzo Piano, Studio Gang, David Adjaye, Shigeru Ban, Michael Maltzan, Colin Rowe, Typology: Swimming Pools 

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Interview: Design, Bitches VideoSubscription

‘There’s not a lot of historical boundaries’: Catherine Johnson and Rebecca Rudolph on Los Angeles’ history of architectural experimentation

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John Portman (1924-2017)Subscription

His hotels may have soft centres but the architecture of John Portman is as brutal as the late American capitalism that created it

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Charles Moore (1925-1993)Subscription

 Charles Moore was the wizard who led us out of the sterility and self-importance of Modernism and showed us that we could go home again

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