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There goes the victimhood

26-Jun-2015 | By

Ian Martin insists his conscience is socially clean

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Living in a dematerialised world

19-Jun-2015 | By

Ian Martin explores the future from an experimental 1970s pub

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A savage gardening plan

12-Jun-2015 | By

Ian Martin replaces City bankers with cosmic energy orchards and tomatoes

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Put on a happy facade

3-Jun-2015 | By

Ian Martin takes Marx’s advice and goes for comedy over tragedy

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A sense of placenta

29-May-2015 | By

Ian Martin discovers expedience follows form follows function follows global branding

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The ‘grey scorpion’ faxes

22-May-2015 | By

Ian Martin salutes a winning royal bluff

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The bees have it

15-May-2015 | By

Ian Martin witnesses winged metaphor at the Milan Expo

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Her Majesty's playhouse

12-May-2015 | By

Ian Martin wins the royal commission to design a second home for a princess

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Getting in the party moods

4-May-2015 | By

Ian Martin offers some last-minute advice to political strategists

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International Graffiti

27-Apr-2015 | By

Ian Martin explores the latest trends in commodified graffiti

John McRae

Housing crisis: 'Architects should challenge the issues of supply and demand'

26-Jun-2015 | By John McRae

John McRae of ORMS poses some of his own questions about the housing crisis - and offers some possible solutions

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There goes the victimhood

26-Jun-2015 | By

Ian Martin insists his conscience is socially clean

Robin Hood Gardens in Poplar

Architects are in the thick of it

26-Jun-2015 | By

Architects are at the heart of the housing debate. Here’s a few examples, says Rory Olcayto

Cedric Price\'s Fun Palace

The needs of artists and audiences should be put first

26-Jun-2015 | By Ellis Woodman

The preference for concentrating arts buildings in a small number of central locations needs to be challenged, says AJ Critic-at-large Ellis Woodman

Airport and infrastructure strategy by Fosters

Internal RIBA matters are trivial, architects need to play a key role in the wider world

24-Jun-2015 | By

The RIBA is at its best when it is looking out rather than in, says Paul Finch

Kate Macintosh

Public wealth is being transferred to the pockets of property speculators

23-Jun-2015 | By Kate Macintosh

Kate Macintosh, architect of the recently listed Leigham Court sheltered housing scheme, on the threat to London council estates

Return to Lunch at Halley VI

Designing for the most extreme place on Earth

23-Jun-2015 | By

Hugh Broughton staffer and former AJ technical editor Felix Mara reports from a recent LFA event on designing in Antarctica

Will

Be confident Historic England and admit you got it wrong on Robin Hood Gardens

23-Jun-2015 | By

Seven years ago Historic England’s predecessor took a populist rather than an expert line over the listing of the east London estate, argues Will Hurst

James Gowan

Wilford: 'Gowan was a major inspiration and mentor' Video

22-Jun-2015 | By Michael Wilford

Michael Wilford pays tribute to fellow post-war architect James Gowan who died last week, aged 92

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Living in a dematerialised world

19-Jun-2015 | By

Ian Martin explores the future from an experimental 1970s pub