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    AR Emerging Architecture awards 2017VideoSubscription

    Film20 April, 2018

    View the shortlisted and winning projects from architects such as Avenier Cornejo, Studio Anne Holtrop and Johansen Skovsted Arkitekter, at the 19th edition of the AR Emerging Architecture awards held at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin

  • Madelon Vriesendorp: ‘There's a “coming out of hiding”’VideoSubscription

    Film18 April, 2018

    Winner of the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize 2018, Madelon Vriesendorp talks Lina Bo Bardi, bitches and cosmic jackets following the Women in Architecture awards in March

  • Gloria Cabral: ‘You need to make doors open – big doors’VideoSubscription

    Film18 April, 2018

    Gloria Cabral from Gabinete de Arquitectura talks about inequality in Paraguay, Peter Zumthor, and how to change the world, after winning the Moira Gemmil Prize for Emerging Architecture at the Women in Architecture awards 2018

  • Sandra Barclay: ’It is important that women have a voice’VideoSubscription

    Film18 April, 2018

    Sandra Barclay from Barclay & Crousse talks about who shouts the loudest and fighting for quality in public buildings in Peru, after winning the Architect of the Year 2018 at the Women in Architecture awards 2018

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    Interview: Julia Peyton-Jones on Serpentine pavilions and London's skylineVideoSubscription

    Film25 April, 2016

    Julia Peyton-Jones discusses the commissioning of the Serpentine pavilions and expresses her concerns about London’s skyline

  • Still of ‘The Architects’ by Amie Siegel exhibited at the Storefront for Art and Architecture

    Spatial generics of the architectural officeSubscription

    Thinkpiece18 May, 2015

    The architect’s office is a primary export of American architecture adopted worldwide but remains much of a muchness with bland trifling differences, as shown in Amie Siegel’s ‘The Architects’

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    Unbuilding LegolandSubscription

    Thinkpiece22 March, 2015

    Verity-Jane Keefe’s latest film questions whether we should feel any nostalgia at all for the Welfare State

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    Architects in Love: Short Films of BerlinSubscription

    Thinkpiece1 November, 2013

    A lacklustre screening of short films in Berlin struggled to hold its audience’s attention but raised critical questions of the city’s relationship to its past