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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 2h
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 12h
Overlooked by the AR at the time of its completion in 1966, the enigmatic internal landscape of Sigurd Lewerentz’s masterpiece in Klippan still carries power and meaning in every brick
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bruno tonelli 24h
On Scarpa, detail, the meaning of architecture, Castelvecchio and Venice. Actually a plenty of it all. In December 2017 issue of Read it if you can!
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Eleanor Beaumont Sep 14
It’s the food issue kids 🍰🐽🍽
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Architectural Review 16h
‘Antwerp has had the time to evaluate everything quite carefully, rather than just stamping a new piece of city out of the ground’ — on true grit and slow urbanism in Antwerp
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Architectural Review Sep 17
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 17
The deadline for the AR Library awards is this Friday 21 September. 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. Submit your entry today:
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Cesare Piva Sep 17
Buildings for books. Coraggio!
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Architectural Review Sep 17
‘Certainly, Belgian architecture had proved its existence, but it was nowhere to be seen. It was faceless’. Christophe Van Gerrewey bids ‘farewell to architecture’ in Belgium
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Architectural Review Sep 17
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 17
‘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 17
The deadline for the AR Library awards is this Friday 21 September. 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. Submit your entry today:
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Architectural Review Sep 17
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 Sep 15
Ugly or boring? 🏠The author of laments Belgium's nightmarish architectural Legoland
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Architectural Review Sep 15
‘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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Manon Mollard Sep 12
& this towering mountain of crayfish with overtones of cannibalism is from Dali’s Surrealist Cookbook. I love its disclamatory note ‘Don’t look for dietetic formulas here. We intend to ignore those charts and tables in which chemistry takes the place of gastronomy.’
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Architectural Review Sep 14
‘If anything defines Europe outside a belief in Greek and Roman roots, it’s a negative: the insistent sense that Europe is not what lies to its east in Asia’ 🌍 📖 reviews our book of the month, Trans-Europe Express by
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Architectural Review Sep 14
‘Who, for heaven’s sake, would visit Ghent when they might go to Florence? Me. I would’ 👏 Jonathan Meades celebrates Belgium’s art, food, cities, and above all else, its magnificent suburbanism
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Architectural Review Sep 14
‘Antwerp has had the time to evaluate everything quite carefully, rather than just stamping a new piece of city out of the ground’ — on true grit and slow urbanism in Antwerp
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Architectural Review Sep 14
Stefano Corbo, Il Tappeto di Pietra
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