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Critic's Choice - Andrew Mead

Rusakov club by Melnikov

Tony Fretton: Six days in Moscow

Tony Fretton reflects on early Communist-era architects following his recent trip to Krasnodar and Moscow

The Mackintosh Building, Glasgow School of Art

Join the AJ on a tour of the burned out Mack

Rory Olcayto explores the burnt out remains of the Glasgow School of Art as part of last week’s symposium on the Mackintosh building

All of this belongs to you exhibition

Exhibition Review: All of this Belongs to You

Owen Pritchard finds the new V&A exhibition to be a fragmented dress rehearsal for a more honed future show

The Follies of Youth at Hepworth Wakefield

Review: The Follies of Youth exhibition

Laura Mark finds a curious display on how we engage with landscapes

Alex Brodsky cropped

Review: Potential Architecture exhibition

Owen Pritchard discovers a brave architecture exhibition that tests the limits

Composite Functions, Compatible Plans Connected

O’Donnell + Tuomey: Space for Architecture

The full text of Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey’s Gold Medal lecture which the pair gave at the RIBA earlier this month

On location at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, a scene from The Price of Desire

The Price of Desire

This year a new movie will explore the complex, unconventional life of Eileen Gray, the Irish designer and self-taught architect behind E-1027, the Modernist house that for years was attributed to Le Corbusier

Kimisagara Centre, Rwanda, one of Architecture for Humanity's Football for Hope projects

To hell with good intentions

Does ‘charitable’ architecture undercut local firms and produce unfair, western-dominated markets?


Owen Hatherley’s Eurovisionaries: Silesian Metropolis

This little-known conurbation in south-west Poland is in fact the largest municipality of the eastern EU, with a sometimes eccentric architectural mix that includes Gothic, Neoclassical and Modernist buildings, writes Owen Hatherley


Review: Assemble's 2015 Turner Prize show

Rory Olcayto reviews Assemble’s work on show at Glasgow’s Tramway for the Turner Prize 2015


Dismaland - Subversion at the Seaside

As Banksy’s ‘bemusement park’ is dismantled and shipped out to Calais to provide shelter for refugees, Will Wiles reflects on his day out at the West Country spectacle


Seeing red over the green belt

Britain is not an overcrowded island, but the green belt falsely inhibits house-building. It’s time to dismantle it, says Jules Lubbock

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