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As the dream of globalisation burgeons and bursts, the foreigner is considered with suspicion, an outsider and alien. But with challenges and catastrophes extending far beyond the boundaries of the local, the nearby and the neighbourly, the foreign and the faraway hold many answers. The full table of contents is available here.

In this issue, you will find...

AR Emerging Architecture winner 2019

Peter Davey Prize


Twenty years of area architectural review index2

1999-2019 Emerging ArchitectureSubscription


Now twenty years old, the AR Emerging Architecture awards persist in their intent as a springboard for young talent – still we must consider what global recognition might mean


Critical Regionalism for our timeSubscription

By Léa-Catherine Szacka, Véronique Patteeuw

Kenneth Frampton coined the phrase Critical Regionalism to define the elements of topography, climate, light and tectonics fundamental to the art of building – these are equally valid today


Laurie Baker (1917-2007)Subscription

By Himanshu Burte

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Foreign exchange: Bauhaus in BritainSubscription

By Edwin Heathcote

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Remote control: Álvaro Siza in South KoreaSubscription

By Philip Christou