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The Architectural Review is the only 21st century global architecture magazine. The home of architectural criticism, culture and campaigning since 1896.
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Architectural Review 10m
We are thrilled to be looking at lots of gorgeous houses today as we hold the judging of AR House today with jury Stephen Taylor, Beate Hølmebakk and
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Architectural Review 2h
‘Cheap construction, forced segregation, restrictive income policies and managerial indifference to tenants’ needs and requests turned Pruitt-Igoe into a disaster. Some, still, held Yamasaki responsible’ 🏢 Reputations: Minoru Yamasaki
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Architectural Review 4h
‘The school in Orsonnens bears the understanding that nothing is original, that the quest for total novelty is not only futile, but generates a loss’ Irene Pérez of TEd'A features on the Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture shortlist
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Architectural Review 5h
Stephanie Hessler is Outraged in this month's column about the threat of deep-sea mining 🏗️ 💧 🕳️ ‘Long-term effects of deep-sea mining are devastating. Extractivist enterprises are likely to cause unprecedented damage to marine environments’
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Architectural Review 6h
‘Casa Wabi could be categorised as one of those architecture worship places frequented by fetishists’ 🌿 Juan Carlos Cano explores the precision of a Japanese sensibility amidst the lush profusion of the Mexican coast in the work of
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Architectural Review 15h
‘Loftily elevated above the sea, the pier tamed its churning depths with engineering heft below and jolly japes above, alternately terrifying and larky, a kind of kiss-me-quick version of the sublime’ 💋 🍬 writes Typology: Pier
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Architectural Review 18h
‘From 19th-century theories of separate spheres to our own day, the woman who would walk through the city unimpeded, undisguised, is constantly reminded that she does not have the right to linger’ 🙅 considers the flâneuse in our latest issue
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Architectural Review 18h
‘Underwater worlds and mythical drowned cities have long permeated the human imagination, but today, the reality and the urgency of the situation have caught up with the fantasy’ 🌊 Ocean issue editorial: trying to turn the tide
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Architectural Review 19h
‘In De Krook, the book is never the main thing. Experiencing space is equally important: being able to sit, to talk, to drink, to play, to meet people’ 📚 🙇 De Krook Library in Ghent by RCR Arquitectes
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Architectural Review Apr 25
'Embracing and exploring themes of solitude and corporate experience, a pair of recent projects by Danish practice Gjøde & Partnere Arkitekter act as poetic interventions between land and water.' 🌅 Read the April issue's AREA profile here:
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Architectural Review Apr 24
Winner of the 2019 Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture: Xu’s work focuses on the idea of ‘architectural acupuncture’ – careful pressure applied to points in the territory with the aim of a ripple effect, triggering organic processes of evolution
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Architectural Review Apr 24
‘The link between Soviet past and present is contingent on infrastructural debris. It is not debris that is memorialised and revered, but rather what simply remains’ 🇬🇪💰 Georgia's coin-operated lifts are emblematic of its shift to market-economics
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Architectural Review Apr 24
‘Despite the clear delimitation set out by their physical properties, islands are inherently ambiguous entities’ 🏝️ 🏝️ 🏝️ Stefania Staniscia explores archipelagic possibilities in the April issue. Read her piece here:
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Architectural Review Apr 23
‘The ship represented freedom – from tradition and the street, from the constraints of brick or concrete, and from the fixity of the site’ on architects and boats 🛥️ ⚓
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Manon Mollard Apr 23
Building permanence in the fragile landscapes of the Bengal delta: Friendship hospital in Satkhira by Kashef Chowdhury / URBANA, exclusively featured in ’s Ocean issue 🐡
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Architectural Review Apr 23
The 2019 AR Emerging Architecture awards are now open for entry:
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Eleanor Beaumont Apr 22
Mind exploded by Pedregulho, designed by Affonso Eduardo Reidy in 1949 and renovated in 2015 🌊 ’s original article from 1950 here
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Architectural Review Apr 23
'Lapped by the restless, indomitable power of the Atlantic, Siza’s architecture resists the hostility of the coast' 🌊 🏊 returns to the tea house and swimming pools at Leça da Palmeira, in Portugal, and reappraises the work of Alvaro Siza.
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Architectural Review Apr 23
🖼️ 🏝️ 🌍 'Although it seeks inspiration in traditional symbolism, is intent on becoming yet another new global destination' 🐢 Maryam Mudhaffar explores the latest addition to the Pritzker stable on Saadiyat Island 🐢
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Architectural Review Apr 23
‘Could design occupy itself with a matrix of problems – an ecology that rearranges and rematches their immanent potentials?’ 💥 Keller Easterling writes the keynote for the Failure issue:
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