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Offering critical thinking for critical times, the AR provides intellectual sustenance and stimulus across the full scope of architectural production, equipping you with inspiration, insight and intelligence you need to complete exceptional projects.

Each month it features an unrivalled collection of significant buildings from around the world, brought to life by compelling critiques and beautifully illustrated with superb photography, drawings and technical details. But what makes the AR’s building studies unique is the insightful commentary they give you, including the history, the social impact and the reasons why certain choices were made.

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