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Maria smith eco tourism architectural review

Outrage: the ecotourism hoaxSubscription

By Maria Smith

Ecotourism can do more harm than good, but rethinking profit-driven tourism helps fight the climate crisis


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Only resist: a feminist approach to critical spatial practiceSubscription

By Jane Rendell

Since the 1990s, a radical and interdisciplinary approach to spatial practice offers a rich and productive seam for feminism and architecture

Women in Architecture

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Notopia: The fall of streets in the skySubscription

The three-dimensional city was undoubtedly naive, but the implications of its disappearance are profound



Faversham & Chipping Norton Subscription

12 December, 1968Updated: 30 August, 2011 By Richard Reid

This townscape study analyses how councils’ inability to understand a town’s basic structures can sometimes result in insentitive road proposals that could inevitably harm their general character