Thursday30 July 2015

Michael Wilford Selected Projects book cover

Book Club review: Michael Wilford - Selected Buildings and Projects

21 July 2015

This detailed monograph focuses a critical eye on the breezy renders produced for so many projects, writes Benjamin Machin

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Books, library

Book Club review: Improbable Libraries

20 July 2015

A new global survey of libraries is a delightful reminder of the diversity of the building type, says Stephen Smith

San Cataldo from Melancholy and Architecture

Book Club review: Melancholy and Architecture - On Aldo Rossi

8 July 2015

This scholarly book breaks the recent silence on an important architect who was overlooked by Britain

Selling the Dream at the Architecture Foundation

When architects only tell one side of the story

30 June 2015

Are architects complicit in creating narratives that ultimately serve to line developers’ pockets? Joanna Day was at an Architecture Foundation debate on the subject

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Isomeric Slides by Carsten Holler, part of Carsten Holler's 2015 Decision exhibition at the Hayward Gallery. Courtesy of the artist and LUMA Foundation

Review: Decision by Carsten Höller at the Hayward Gallery

26 June 2015

There’s a lot to enjoy but this disorientating retrospective isn’t quite what it promises, finds Harriet Partridge

Book Club review cover: The Fabric of Place

Book Club review: The Fabric of Place

11 June 2015

This survey of the work of Allies & Morrison is less monograph and more urban design primer, writes Kieran Gallagher

Radical Pedagogies at the Cass

How do you solve a problem like education?

8 June 2015

From making insurance sexy to strengthening hierarchies, Harriet Partridge tries to capture all the ideas flowing at a debate on how we should train architects

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Top 50 Films for Architects

The Passion of Joan of Arc

Top 50 films for architects: The Passion of Joan of Arc

17 February 2014

This silent classic may be an ordeal to watch, but it is beautiful in its obsessive concentration

'La Promesse' Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne

50 films for Architects: La Promesse Video

16 October 2013

Hard-hitting film set in a dreary nowhere city is a tale of cruelty and redemption


Top 50 films for architects: Brazil Video

23 September 2013

This exuberant dystopian fantasy is a tale of universal submissiveness

Still Life

Top 50 films for architects: Still Life (aka Good People of the Three Gorges) Video

17 July 2013

A risk-taking exploration of a labyrinth of demolitions and life at close quarters

Andrew Waugh

Andrew Waugh: 'These are exciting important times for London'

19 March 2014

Andrew Waugh on the capital, Milton Keynes and English parish churches

Lee Polisano of PLP Architecture

Lee Polisano: ‘I’m a frustrated Formula 1 driver’

13 March 2014

PLP Architecture’s president on working relationships, regrets and Gerald Ronson

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