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For this young Mexican practice, it is incumbent on their projects to have a special and exclusive relation with place
In the first of a series of three films exploring the connection between architecture and water, Ellis Woodman takes a journey through London’s waterways with architects, developers, urbanists and thinkers
The second chapter in a three-part documentary about water’s relationship with the built environment. Are London waterways a force that will unlock an increasingly unaffordable city or one that will fuel a trend of gentrification and displacement?
The last chapter of our three-part documentary about water’s relationship with the built environment questions how waterways can become generators of radical new public spaces
AR May 1972: Often splendid examples of the civic pride which the Victorians lavished on their municipal buildings, these disused pumping stations raise questions about preservation while offering exciting opportunities for conversion
As climate change intensifies, architects must become fluent in critical reasoning around water’s relationship to social, political and economic power
The growing cruise industry is responsible for colossal human, cultural and environmental damage