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Elements of Architecture is the latest, and weightiest, product of Irma Boom and Rem Koolhaas’s collaboration so far, but does size matter?
Architecture brought to book: the monographSubscription
Signifier of wealth and taste, the lavish monograph has oiled the conduits of architectural history
As a watershed in post-war architecture, Aldo van Eyck’s Municipal Orphanage should not be petrified in aspic
Book of the month: The Sausage of the FutureSubscription
Carolien Niebling examines the role of the sausage in the reduction of meat consumption
Book of the month: Trans-Europe ExpressSubscription
Owen Hatherley deliberates on how power influences architecture in the creation of the European invention – the nation-state city
Book of the month: Between Chairs at Ulm and NIDSubscription
In a country at risk of losing touch with its handcrafted roots, a reminder of India’s dialogue with Ulm School of Design is timely and necessary
Piranesi’s seventeen remaining drawings of Paestum were brought together for the first time in a Berlin exhibition
From the emasculation of the public realm to the horror of capital punishment, state power depends on a hellish infrastructure of objects and tactics
While there are some interesting contributions, the main exhibition’s incoherence proves that brilliant architects do not necessarily make good curators
The darkness of the nightclub is deployed to conceal bodies and acts that may not be acceptable in the sunlit street