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AR Bookshelf

The AR Bookshelf is a podcast by The Architectural Review.
In each episode, we invite the most interesting and influential names in architecture to put books on an imaginary bookshelf and tell us their story.

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AR Bookshelf: Lesley Lokko

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.

AR Bookshelf: Flores & Prats

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.

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