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Between beauty and the sublime: Water After All

Between beauty and the sublime: Water After All

Review
08.04.20
Coronavirus and the City

Coronavirus and the City

Comment
06.04.20
A Planet to Win reveals some inconvenient truths about environmental politics

A Planet to Win reveals some inconvenient truths about environmental politics

Review
03.04.20
The supermarket makes consumption as easy as breathing

The supermarket makes consumption as easy as breathing

Crimes Against Design
30.03.20
Aerial view of Nagele. A thick ‘cloak’ of trees shields the parallel clusters of terraced houses from the expanse of the polder

Icon of the Month: Nagele, Flevoland

Icon of the Month
25.03.20

Electricity pylons: blots on the landscapes that they litter

Crimes Against Design
20.03.20

Architects declared, when will designers?

Comment
18.03.20

How architects have allowed internment camps to fester

Comment
18.03.20

The quiet life must be heard

Comment
17.03.20

Theaster Gates’ Amalgam rediscovers a lost black utopia

Review
12.03.20

Andy Warhol shaped how we perceive the visual world

Opinion
09.03.20

We need to treat data as a building material

Comment
06.03.20

Formafantasma’s century-spanning exhibition Cambio takes a holistic view of wood exploitation

Review
04.03.20

Freestyle and Forms of Industry: two new exhibitions open at RIBA

Review
27.02.20

Konstantin Grcic: L’Immaginazione al Potere!

Review
14.02.20

Public Practice: It’s time for nationwide action on planning, not just high-level ambition

Comment
12.02.20

The Vespa is not just a vehicle. It’s a lifestyle 

Icon of the Month
29.01.20

How radical was the modernist Frankfurt kitchen?

Icon of the Month
28.01.20

How the Zippo lighter became an American design icon

Icon of the Month
15.01.20

Why the bungalow is not just an icon of suburbia

Icon of the Month
14.01.20

Hyper-gentrification in Berlin has transformed how the city functions

Comment
08.01.20

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

LAN designs multicoloured city block in Strasbourg

Emergency housing for homeless young people must be better designed

An organically shaped table with a modular design

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London bridges lit up as part of Illuminated River project

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

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Breathing Pavilion by Ekene Ijeoma creates a space of sanctuary in Brooklyn


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RIBA goes digital-only with new wave of architect lectures

Architect David Chipperfield is known for his minimal designs

Tatiana Bilbao is one of Mexico’s most creative designers

The high-tech, inside-out design of Richard Rogers

Robert Venturi: a postmodernist pioneer

A look at the life of designer-inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller

Norman Foster is one of the early pioneers of high tech architecture

Bangladeshi architect Marina Tabassum is sensitive to tradition and culture

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

LAN designs multicoloured city block in Strasbourg

Emergency housing for homeless young people must be better designed

An organically shaped table with a modular design

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

London bridges lit up as part of Illuminated River project

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

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