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Building momentum in KoshirakuraSubscription

Completed over two decades, projects by the Koshirakura Landscape Workshop have slowly accumulated and brought new vitality to this ageing Japanese village


Outrage: ‘Craft might make us happier but it’s not going to save the world’Subscription

A bad design is a bad design, whatever technology is used to make it


Peter Salter on Craftsmanship: ‘The iterative process whereby one learns from others the way of the road’Subscription

Craft and its tools are not sentimental trinkets - it is the obsessive honing and learning of solutions to material problems

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‘Craft contains the critical thinking that could unpack the current state of architecture’Subscription

As making goes mainstream, the search for authenticity accelerates


Editorial: There are easier ways to make a magazine, but along paths we choose not to takeSubscription

Unlike the artisanal, craft has no orthodoxy, no right way to make, only more or less appealing results


Typology: Artist StudioSubscription

The studio reflects the changing status of artists through time, from the humble workspace of art workers to the hallowed ground of masters


February 2017 on CraftSubscription

1438: Studio Mumbai | Peter Zumthor | Peter Salter | Liu Jiakun | Gianni Botsford | David Adjaye | Wim Goes | Fernando Menis | Typology: Studio | William Burges 

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‘We are not the first to believe in the utopia of craft to deliver us from the shock of modernity’Subscription

We must not be drawn into the fictional satisfactions of nostalgia – whether in the artisanal bread we eat or an overworked Arts and Crafts detail


Lebbeus Woods (1940-2012)Subscription

Remembering a unique visionary, whose images of futuristic yet familiarly conflicted worlds inspired generations of architects and Hollywood designers