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Lesley Lokko talks to The Architectural Review about the books on her bookshelf, from Reni Eddo-Lodge and Nadine Gordimer to Rem Koolhaas and Hello magazine. Through these books, we discuss corporate Black Lives Matter statements, bad book covers, and the truth found in fiction.
Ricardo Flores and Eva Prats take the AR around their bookshelf, from Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier to TS Eliot and Georges Perec. On the way, we discuss the death of drawing, books that hold memory, and bringing buildings back to life.
Speaking at the 2017 Women in Architecture awards, Whiteread, winner of the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize, looks back on her 30-year career
In a copycat environment of generic buildings that makes London look like Tianjin and Dubai like Dallas, how can we support cultural identity?
Listen to Jane Drew prize winner Odile Decq’s lecture which she gave at the Roca Gallery on 19 July
Eyal Weizman presents Forensic Architecture - the research agency bringing spatial analysis into legal and political forums
World Architecture Festival Podcasts: can the detrimental effects of Singapore’s development be reversed?
The AR Faith jury of Roz Barr, Kate Goodwin and Juha Leiviskä discuss their criteria for judging the awards
World Architecture Festival Podcasts: Singapore’s master planner reflects on the city’s urbanisation story
World Architecture Festival Podcasts: what is the next step for Singapore?
Sanjay Puri, Manuelle Gautrand and John McAslan debate the merits of workspace design as they set out their criteria for judging the AR Work awards
At the RA’s Architecture and Freedom season, Patrik Schumacher considers the various parameters for architectural practice today
Paul Finch talks to Sam Jacob, Sean Griffiths and Charles Holland - the men formerly known as FAT - on their early influences, how FAT came to be and what they have taken from it as they go their separate ways
MagCulture meets the AR in January 2019 to talk about the book issue and our long illustrious history
The AR Housing jury of Cany Ash, Je Ahn and Sasa Radulovic discuss their criteria for judging the awards
The AR_EA jury discuss their criteria for judging this year’s awards
At the 2014 World Architecture Festival in Singapore, Saskia Sassen delivery a keynote on the future of cities
At the 2014 World Architecture Festival in Singapore, Ole Scheeren speaks on our changing visions for cities in light of a simple question: how do we want to live?
AR House Awards 2015 jury Sam Jacob, Sadie Morgan and Deyan Sudjic discuss the calibre of the entries and how they arrived at criteria for the winner
[PODCAST] Thomas Schutte discusses the boundaries between art and architecture at the British School at Rome
[PODCAST] Christine Murray interviews Levete and MPavilion patron Naomi Milgrom
Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans Ulrich Obrist discuss the history of the commission with former Serpentine Pavilion architects and chair Sarah Ichioka
Ellis Woodman speaks to David Chipperfield about his education, practicing with Norman Foster and Richard Rogers and establishing his own practice
AR History Editor Tom Wilkinson interviews Richard Sennett on the thread that runs through all of his work: cities: ‘We don’t make them true to life, we make them into factories’
AR House Awards 2015 jury Adam Caruso, Sofia von Ellrichshausen and Pippo Ciorra discuss the calibre of the entries and debate a criteria for the winner