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  • Philip Johnson

    In defence of PostmodernismSubscription

    Culture17 January, 2016

    Adam Nathaniel Furman makes the case for Postmodernism as a way of life rather than an architectural catergorisation, writes Patrick Lynch

  • Adler & Sullivan’s Guaranty Building in Buffalo, New York, 1896. Photo: Luke McDonald.

    The office as a work of artSubscription

    Culture17 May, 2014

    Large projects on inner-city sites afford opportunities for both artistic creativity and civic responsibility, says Patrick Lynch

  • The Scrape 2, charcoal, 2009

    Birkin Haward: Architect turned artistSubscription

    Culture13 September, 2010

    The paintings of architect Birkin Haward capture the peculiarities of building and painting in East Anglia, writes Patrick Lynch

  • House 1 and House 2, by TAKA, Dublin

    House 1 and House 2, by TAKA, DublinSubscription

    Building15 April, 2010

    Patrick Lynch visits two homes by Irish practice TAKA that sparkle with ideas, but also speak of the quotidian aspects of life, death and rebirth. Photography by Alice Clancy

  • New Bond Street by Eric Parry

    50 New Bond Street, London by Eric Parry ArchitectsVideoSubscription

    Building3 December, 2009

    Eric Parry Architects’ latest office scheme on New Bond Street reflects the charm and elegance of its Mayfair location, says Patrick Lynch. Photography by Timothy Soar

  • Zumthor portrait credit maja flink1

    Peter Zumthor speaks to the Architects' JournalSubscription

    Culture14 April, 2009

    Full transcript of an interview with the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Peter Zumthor following his RIBA lecture

  • judicious cover

    The Judicious Eye by Joseph RykwertSubscription

    Culture16 December, 2008

    Joseph Rykwert’s new book, The Judicious Eye, makes a ‘graceful contribution’ to his life’s work.

  • Donaldjudd

    Donald Judd's architectural furySubscription

    Opinion24 November, 2008

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

  • Pollock Wood reflect

    The Burrell Collection – in praise of playSubscription

    Opinion13 November, 2008

    Epoch defining doesn’t have to be polemical, says Patrick Lynch. Just look at Glasgow’s Burrell Collection

  • Forces of good and evil met again in Venice battling for the soul of architectureSubscription

    Opinion1 October, 2008

    The conflict stirred up by the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, and the fact that it ignored curator Aaron Betsky’s theme of pseudo-critical masturbation, was the latest salvo in a battle for the soul of architecture today.

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