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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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Join , 6a Architects, and the AR at South London Gallery () on Wednesday 20 February to celebrate this month's Failure issue and talk about buildings, afterlives, and obsolescence 🏚️ 👀 tickets here:
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Daisy Fay Montrachet Feb 16
finding beauty in ugliness and learning from it “Outrage: losers - history is on your side | Architectural Review via
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Nai_Chakraborty Feb 15
This paragraph [taken from AR’s latest publication] right here is the reason why Councils have failed to deliver on so many occasions. So impressed y the February edition. Worth reading all articles and reflecting on current state.
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Converge. Feb 15
What is a library these days? If we don't redefine this concept soon, we risk losing them. (Article via )
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Flores & Prats 8h
“La Cosecha de Venecia. Flores & Prats reciben peticiones de tres continentes a raíz de su participación en la Bienal”. Artículo de en y semáforo verde para Eva Prats! CC.
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‘In terms of architecture as monumental sculpture – a work to defy time – the vaults are superbly successful. But the problems associated have forced a series of compromises, some visibly wanting’ 😓 from the archive: Sydney Opera House, AR September 1973
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Architectural Review Feb 16
‘Despite the fact that the Opera House was never completed as Utzon intended, and Can Lis had its details butchered, both projects are considered masterworks and two key 20th-century buildings’ 🤔 Gerard Reinmuth on Jørn Utzon's impractical genius:
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Architectural Review Feb 16
Join our Women in Architecture shortlisted architects at FORUM on Thursday 28 February, held in partnership with 🏛️ Shortlisted architects include OMA, TEd'A, Karamuk Kuo and DnA
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Architectural Review Feb 15
Liz Diller has been awarded this year's Jane Drew Prize alongside architectural photographer Hélène Binet who will receive the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize 🏅 Hear them speak on Friday 1 March, tickets available here
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Architectural Review Feb 14
Join , 6a Architects, and the AR at South London Gallery () on Wednesday 20 February to celebrate this month's Failure issue and talk about buildings, afterlives, and obsolescence 🏚️ 👀 tickets here:
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Architectural Review Feb 14
‘Taste shifts are cyclical, and the nostalgic patina of a prior era does wonders for buildings, particularly eccentric or pioneering ones’ 🏛️ Izzy Kornblatt on the preservation and evolution of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
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Architectural Review Feb 14
‘In terms of architecture as monumental sculpture – a work to defy time – the vaults are superbly successful. But the problems associated have forced a series of compromises, some visibly wanting’ 😓 from the archive: Sydney Opera House, AR September 1973
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Architectural Review Feb 14
‘Overcoming and harnessing failure is the very nature of the architect’s job’ 🧗 💫 The failure issue editorial is online!
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Architectural Review Feb 14
‘For the time being, which some said was the entire time, or no, the entirety of time, there was nowhere to go other than somewhere that may or may not have been the world’ 🚀 Honor Gavin retells Ursula K LeGuin's Paradises Lost:
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Architectural Review Feb 13
A trash heap of rubbish ideas or the product of an essential iterative process? ✍️ 🏢 🎭 this photograph of Denys Lasdun’s London National Theatre model graveyard is this month’s folio!
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Blair Kamin Feb 10
Who is the city for? Who has a right to the city? This Architectural Review piece piercingly explores those questions.
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Springhead Books Feb 12
Early David for the SS Canberra's 'Pop Inn', a tourist class teenager's retreat designed by John Wright, published in October 1961
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Architectural Review Feb 13
The Failure issue is here! 🍐 From ruins to rubble and problematic survivors to mistakes waiting to happen, the February issue explores the story of architecture as a catalogue of errors ✨
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Architectural Review Feb 13
We are delighted to announce this year's Women in Architecture shortlists, including OMA, TEd'A, Karamuk Kuo and DnA 🏆
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Architectural Review Feb 12
‘The sealed chambers within Egyptian pyramids are covered with hieroglyphic incantations, texts intended for otherworldly eyes that need no light to read them’ 👁️ writes on the interplay between structures, text, and symbol, online now:
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