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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 9h
The delicious AR Food issue is out now 🍒stuffed with market halls, cooking schools, greasy spoons and why we're eating ourselves to death. Buy your issue today
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Architectural Review 20h
Belgian practice 51N4E's design of Skanderbeg Square in Tirana in Albania turned a busy roundabout into a car-free oasis, generating ‘a degree of complexity and contradiction 🚗
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Architectural Review 23h
Available to purchase here!
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Architectural Review 23h
🧁🍭🍉The tasty AR Food issue has landed! 🍉🍭🧁 Ingredients include Caruso St John, Studio FH Metro and many many more!
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Architectural Review Sep 22
From native Ghent to London to Bordeaux and back again, Robbrecht en Daem are the ‘Latins of northern Europe’, writes William Mann
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Architectural Review Sep 22
‘With its enormous reception rooms echoing with the ghostly memory of petit-bourgeois dinner chatter, Hôtel Wolfers accommodates a lifestyle long since extinct’ ❄️ designed by Henry van de Velde, Hôtel Wolfers is frozen in a state of ruin
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Architectural Review Sep 22
‘The clusters of concrete blocks are presumably making good damage to the brickwork, but feel like an intrusion of minimalist sculpture into the historic fabric’ on de Vylder Vinck Taillieu 's Caritas psychiatric centre
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Architectural Review Sep 22
Visiting Venice before 25 November? Check out our editors' picks to plan your biennale itinerary ✏️
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Architectural Review Sep 21
‘Marie-José Van Hee generates a science fiction of the past that is especially Flemish’ 🇧🇪 Our exclusive look at Marie-José Van Hee's most recent domestic creation
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Manon Mollard Sep 21
It’s official: I’m the ’s 16th editor in its 122-year history. It’s slightly surreal, hugely humbling, and extremely exciting 🥂
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Architectural Review Sep 21
Replying to @NaganJohnson
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I'm not here Sep 21
I love this description of Venturi’s position in ‘his inspiration came from urban facades of Italy, with their endless adjustments to the counter-requirements of inside & outside & their inflection with all the business of everyday life’ etc -
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Architectural Review Sep 21
In memory of MJ Long who sadly passed away on 3 September, we revisit Sherban Cantacuzino’s study of the designs for the proposed British Library from AR December 1978. Enter your building for books into our AR Library awards today 📚
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Architectural Review Sep 20
‘Held up by the scaffolding that has bound the building since 1982, the disorientating, disintegrating Palais de Justice is the haunted house at the heart of European darkness’ ⚖️ Typology: Law Court is online today ⚖️ ?
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Architectural Review Sep 20
All architects have a chair in them, but as with everyman novels, most should never hit the production line - denounces architects' trophy chairs 🚽
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Architectural Review Sep 20
Don't leave it on the shelf! The AR are currently seeking out the best buildings for books since January 2013. Enter the AR Library Awards before the entry deadline midnight tomorrow (21 September BST). Photo: Stuttgart City Library by Yi Architects. Source: Stefan Müller
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Architectural Review Sep 20
The founder and principal of El Equipo de Mazzanti will be judging this year’s inaugural AR Library awards. The deadline for the awards is this Friday 21 September. Read more:
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Architectural Review Sep 20
The deadline for the AR Library awards is this Friday. Regardless of budget, site or scale, the AR is seeking out the best buildings for books from around the world completed in the last 5 years. Photo: Seashore Library, China - Vector Architects.
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Architectural Review Sep 19
Replying to @J_B_Breck @hellophia
It's the work of Sophia Foster-Dimino – the illustration was commissioned to accompany the AR’s Reputations piece on Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown
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Architectural Review Sep 19
Here’s a piece on how Complexity and Contradiction changed how we look at, think and talk about architecture Our thoughts are with Denise Scott Brown. RIP Robert Venturi.
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