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Absently mindful of the past

Ian Martin builds up his psychogeographically-retrieved sustainable heritage consultancy

The rise of Concrete Quarterly - Back Issues

The crisp pages of Concrete Quarterly studiously follow the material that built the 20th century, says Steve Parnell

D H Lawrence in the Architectural Review - Back Issues

The letters of DH Lawrence to the Architectural Review hold a timely resonance for Steve Parnell

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Lynch Architects' proposed new convent for the Pallottine Missionary Sisters in Copenhagen Street, near King’s Cross

Lynch wins planning for King's Cross convent

Lynch Architects has won planning permission for this new convent for the Pallottine Missionary Sisters in Copenhagen Street, near King’s Cross

Donald Judd's architectural fury

Donald Judd’s spatial art is pure, furious and humane. He’d have made a great architect, says Patrick Lynch

Dan Graham

Emancipation by design

When Sam Jacob hears the word ‘culture’ he reaches for his candy dispenser gun

Charles is right... but that doesn't mean the architects are wrong

Beyond the Prince Charles debate lie brave new ideologies, argues Sam Jacob

Shard

Chelsea Barracks may be dead, but nimbyism lives on

Before the towering power of the financier, local authority and even royalty seem at a loss. Nimbyism does nowadays seem to be the only energising engine of protest, says Joseph Rykwert

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Archistars outshone at Sofia’s World Triennial of Architecture

Little-known practices showed outstanding work at Sofia’s World Triennial of Architecture, says Joseph Rykwert

Shard

Chelsea Barracks may be dead, but nimbyism lives on

Before the towering power of the financier, local authority and even royalty seem at a loss. Nimbyism does nowadays seem to be the only energising engine of protest, says Joseph Rykwert

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