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A prototype of 14 social housing units on the island of Formentera by the Instituto Balear de la Vivienda is an ambitious pilot project using Posidonia seagrass for low-carbon construction
Women in Architecture Moira Gemmill Prize shortlist 2019: through a sensitive and sustained attention to the everyday, Irene Pérez and Jaume Mayol of TEd’A perform many delicate regionalisms, from Mallorca to the Swiss countryside
A dramatic cable stay bridge in Salford is more than a simple physical link – it forges together two rival cities and acts as a fulcrum in the area’s regeneration plans
Founding partner of Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura (RBTA) joins this year’s judging panel
Adorned with Arabic inscriptions, the walls of this 14th-century Moorish palace read like the pages of a book of poems
William JR Curtis pays tribute to the renowned Spanish architect
David Cohn responds to AR’s Emerging Architecture edition and considers the challenges facing Spain’s young architects
The Architectural Review presents a snapshot of London and Barcelona, in association with Roca
Too much agreement? The second International Architectural Education Summit in Segovia fails to cover new ground
Celebrating the most innovative use of ceramics in architecture, interiors and student work, the Tile of Spain Awards have become a much anticipated annual event in Spanish architectural circles. Chaired by Alberto Campo Baeza, this year’s jury judged 146 entries, including the Institute for Higher Education Jaume I in Ontinyent.
A message to transform urban futures: ‘everything fits here but not everything goes’
The ‘illusion of plans’: Eisenman’s landmark vision is a conjuring trick
Recipient of the 2017 Pritzker Prize, RCR combines materiality and craftsmanship, blurring boundaries between the natural and the artificial