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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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Maria Teresa Carbone 18h
Le 15 biblioteche più innovative del mondo (secondo la )
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Robert Wright Dec 7
Hides of industry: Johansen Skovsted, Denmark | Buildings | Architectural Review
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rodrigo almonacid Dec 10
Mi contribución al en forma bibliográfica: - BANHAM, Reyner: "The New Brutalism". Architectural Review, dic. 1955. - BANHAM, Reyner: The New Brutalism. Ethic or Aesthetic? London: The Architectural Press, 1966.
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Architectural Review 7h
‘Attempting to push the boundaries of architecture in Uganda requires a bit of a cowboy mentality, a willingness to improvise in the face of little regulation’ 🤠 Studio FH featured on the shortlist for the 2018 AR Emerging Architecture awards 🏆
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Architectural Review 9h
A shortlist of 15 exciting and creative libraries and other buildings for books from across the world has been selected by our panel of judges including Clare Wright, Giancarlo Mazzanti and Demetri Porphyrios for our awards.
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Architectural Review 10h
The entry deadline for the MIPIM/Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2019 deadline is just two days away on Friday 14 December 2018. Don't miss out on the chance to place your name in front of the world of property at MIPIM 2019 in Cannes. Enter:
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Coffey Architects 13h
ICYMI: Our library and research centre for has been shortlisted for the innagural Library Awards! We're in incredible, international compay.
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Architectural Review 11h
‘The proximity of the buildings might seem uncomfortably tight, but the designers manage to make the interstitial ginnels into delightful little yards’ 🏘️ OJT featured on the shortlist for the 2018 AR Emerging Architecture awards 🏆
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Architectural Review 12h
‘The pavilion guides visitors from the open public piazza to the Impressionist gardens Clémenceau had composed with his long-term friend Claude Monet’ 🌸 🌼 Titan featured on the shortlist for the 2018 AR Emerging Architecture awards 🏆
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Architectural Review 14h
A libertarian ethos persists – in the whizzy choices and fun promised – but not the egalitarian and communitarian emphasis of before: Peter Buchanan looks back at Herman Hertzberger's altruistic approach and the ego-driven generation that followed
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Manon Mollard Dec 11
Exciting work in progress with the inimitable Madelon Vriesendorp 🎢🗽
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Architectural Review Dec 11
‘Today’s endless scroll of glorious Dutch architecture shows no social imagination, but with help from the architectural community, a serious offensive could take shape’ ✊ Mark Minkjan writes Outrage: online today
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Architectural Review Dec 11
‘It turns out that Dutch culture is ready to embrace the idea that architecture can be anything done by an architect’ 🇳🇱 🇳🇱 🇳🇱 check out Triple Dutch, Hans Ibelings' keynote on the Netherlands
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Architectural Review Dec 10
Take the annual Architects' Journal survey on working in architecture & pay! 💸 🔍 – the survey is open to all and is supported by the AJ/AR Women in Architecture campaign 👭
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Architectural Review Dec 10
‘Over the decades, her creations have entered a rarefied sphere of consumption, yet for her, commodification was anathema’ on the life and work of French architect and furniture designer Charlotte Perriand illustration by
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darc space Dec 10
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Architectural Review Dec 10
‘Her influences, creative methods and forms of expression are imbued with poetry, more closely associated with the world of the arts than that of bricks and mortar’ 🎨 Carla Juaçaba featured on the 2018 AR Emerging Architecture awards shortlist 🏆
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Michiel van Iersel Dec 10
My review of 'Orphanage Amsterdam - Building and Playgrounds by Aldo van Eyck' for the is now available online Thank you for the opportunity
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Coffey Architects Dec 10
Super pleased to share that our Science Museum Research Centre and Library has been shortlisted for the Library awards!
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Architectural Review Dec 10
‘While the advent of the Enlightenment rocked the republic with its liberal values, the virtues of freedom and autonomy failed to extend to those overseas, caught in chains’ – Amsterdam, the cradle of capitalism
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