A sense of adventure

Takeda’s environmental centre has “something of the Texas desert buildings of Donald Judd.”

From age-old considerations of proportion, decorum and classical dignity to fears about the way Britain’s surveillance culture is shaping our built environment, this year’s round-up of the best graduating diploma students reveals the extraordinary range of preoccupations at play in our architecture schools

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