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Phineas Harper's stories

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    The New Socialist VillageSubscription

    Essay5 April, 2013

    A thinktank at the Architectural Association considers the potential and paradoxes behind this polemic research project

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    Happiness is a warm GunSubscription

    Essay28 May, 2012

    Guerrilla knitting is making the jump from political statement to architectural device

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    Frankfurt Light + Build ExhibitionSubscription

    Essay27 March, 2012

    With this year’s emphasis on energy efficiency, Light + Build in Frankfurt will be showcasing the latest developments in lighting technology

  •  Paul Sargent Subconscious Perception

    Unscrambling Subconscious PerceptionSubscription

    Essay18 January, 2012

    Paul Sargent’s potent illustrations explore the relationship between the conscious and subconscious employing exceptionally rich textures

  • Christopher Christophi’s highly commended Venice laboratory project

    Highly commended Venitian macro algae monitoring facility rendersSubscription

    Essay20 December, 2011

    Christopher Christophi’s highly commended Venice laboratory project

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    Silver Robots of BrixtonSubscription

    Essay9 December, 2011

    Brixton has degenerated into a harsh ghetto inhabited by robots built and designed to carry out all of the tasks which humans are no longer inclined to do in Kibwe Tavares’ RIBA Silver medal winning film of a dystopian future London.

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    Pavilion of ProtestSubscription

    Essay5 December, 2011

    A political drawing competition takes a beautiful stand against the increasingly inaccessible world of architectural education

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