The history of these banal, utilitarian instruments of traffic management has become entangled with that of political uprising, Eyal Weizman argues in his latest book
An exhibition at Tate Modern reveals the horrors of war through its impact on the built and natural environment and objects, rather than on people
Al Jazeera's documentary series adopts a wide definition of rebel – and indeed architect – but is all the more interesting for it, says Hana Loftus
A television series that examines the work of architects who work outside the mainstream of their profession to tackle social injustice, premiered last night on Al Jazeera. We spoke to its creator, Daniel Davies
Forensic architecture is on trial, says Edwin Heathcote, in a searing critique of Western interventionism
London Design Festival begins this Friday. We recommend Trust Us – a symposium at the V&A’s Hochhauser Auditorium on 15 September. The free one-day event explores the relationships between institutions and architects and is led by architects and thinkers including Alfredo Brillembourg of Urban-Think Tank and Eyal Weizman.
These imagined futures for illegal Israeli settlements are beautifully illustrated, but skim the surface of the subject.
The latest in Phaidon's 10x10 series of critics' choices provides a bookend to the boom years and hints at a more responsible future, says Justin McGuirk.