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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
Behind the veilSubscription
The face of Tehran is changing as traditional notions of private and public mutate and architects look abroad
Editorial: Does it matter what it looks like?Subscription
Is a bad building the same thing as an ugly building, or is a facade only skin-deep?
Specification takes on political overtones because standards are based on lowest common denominator
A deeply depressing and urgent analysis offers previous few glimmers of hope that must be seized if Venice is to survive
‘Craft contains the critical thinking that could unpack the current state of architecture’Subscription
As making goes mainstream, the search for authenticity accelerates