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AIA Convention in AtlantaSubscription
Convention planners wisely avoided the temptation of promoting icons as the solution to urban ills and looked towards themes that are larger than architecture
The forgotten master of Brazilian ModernismSubscription
Subject to several unfortunate twists of history, Affonso Eduardo Reidy was once considered the most important Brazilian architect of his generation
Just what is it that makes South American architecture so appealing?
Who dares tamper with one of the architect’s most prized possessions: the sketchbook?
Spatial generics of the architectural officeSubscription
The architect’s office is a primary export of American architecture adopted worldwide but remains much of a muchness with bland trifling differences, as shown in Amie Siegel’s ‘The Architects’
An ambitious new study of contemporary religious architecture touches upon a broad range of hypotheses, but falls short of an in-depth analysis
An exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park allows for an inhabitation of Henry Moore’s visionary altering of figure and landscape
An exhibition of Boyarsky’s collection gives a vibrant insight into a golden age in the AA’s history
A comic look at Moses?Subscription
A graphic biography vividly recounts the life of a man who reshaped an entire city
Capitalising on a surge of interest in the work of Lewerentz, this reprint is timely, but fails to spark new considerations