Category list : Viewpoint
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Designed in the 1970s by Jean Renaudie and Renée Gailhoustet, there is more to Les Étoiles, abutting the Périphérique, than leafy terraces and rotting concrete
Africa has the world’s youngest population and the world’s oldest leaders – a divide challenged by the democratisation of social media
The greed for ever more and ever cheaper minerals drives seabed mining – but at what cost?
Out of space: changing homosexual geographiesSubscription
State control over homosexuality in public has given way to spatial divisions brought on by economic and technological pressures
Outrage: the prejudice against queer aestheticsSubscription
Architecture represses plurality and queerness in favour of heteronormative culture
Retrospective: Robbrecht en Daem Subscription
From their native Ghent to London to Bordeaux and back again, the architecture of Robbrecht and Daem is woven with a continuous thread while achieving an extraordinary breadth of design
Editorial: House – the building type that continues to inspire the architectural imaginationSubscription
The house, at its root, is about shelter with varying degrees of comfort, amenity and scale – a carefully balanced combination which makes for experimental ground.
The furniturisation of architecture: from St Jerome in his study to built-in cupboards and summer pavilionsSubscription
Architecture is increasingly disconnected from context, and its traditional boundaries blurred in favour of the temporary and the mobile
Your views: William JR Curtis on MoneoSubscription
The idea of a unified ‘Modernism’ is indeed a myth: William JR Curtis responds to Rafael Moneo’s Soane Lecture
WOHA’s public housing in Singapore is a revolution in mass housing design