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Form follows function: Modernism’s guiding principles

Form follows function: Modernism’s guiding principles

Features
31.03.20
The Barbican: London’s Brutalist masterpiece

The Barbican: London’s Brutalist masterpiece

Buildings
30.03.20
Industry news and events - 27 March 2020

Industry news and events – 27 March 2020

News
27.03.20
Shigeru Ban: the paper architect and humanitarian pioneer

Shigeru Ban: the paper architect and humanitarian pioneer

Architects
27.03.20
Head to Head: local architects vs starchitects

Head to Head: local architects vs starchitects

Features
27.03.20

The Bangladeshi National Assembly is considered Louis Kahn’s greatest work

Buildings
26.03.20

Zaha Hadid’s London Aquatic Centre

Buildings
25.03.20

Five buildings you should know by Swiss Architects Herzog & de Meuron

Buildings
24.03.20
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‘Architecture that we thought was healthy has turned against us,’ says Beatriz Colomina

Architects
24.03.20

One World Trade Center: A fortress enveloped in glass

Buildings
23.03.20

Industry news and events – 20 March 2020

News
20.03.20

Stunning design-led kitchens

Architecture
20.03.20

The Guggenheim Museum and the Bilbao effect

Buildings
20.03.20

A closer look at high-tech architect Renzo Piano

Architects
18.03.20

Balfron Tower: Erno Goldfinger’s Brutalist council estate

Buildings
17.03.20

Revolutionary designer Neri Oxman has developed a new framework for working with nature 

Architects
16.03.20

Industry news and events – 13 March 2020

News
13.03.20

10 experimental buildings by OMA and Rem Koolhaas

Buildings
13.03.20

The Library of Birmingham: A palace for the people

Buildings
12.03.20

Tate Modern’s Blavantnik Building extension by Herzog & de Meuron

Buildings
12.03.20

Socially-aware architect Jeanne Gang has changed Chicago’s urban fabric

Architects
11.03.20

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AL_A completes two buildings for University of Oxford’s Wadham College

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Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s new Tianjin Juilliard School is a ‘finely tuned instrument’

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TECLA is the world’s first 3D-printed house made from raw earth

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