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Architects Journal
Shumi Bose

  • See the latest construction photos of Frank Gehry's Serpentine Pavilion

    2-Jul-2008

    The AJ brings you construction shots of Frank Gehry's Serpentine Pavilion, in advance of its opening on 20th July
  • 'China is becoming topical'

    12-Mar-2008

    China: so hot right now. Everyone’s talking about it. Jonathan Glancey’s behemoth of a piece on Chinese architecture in the Guardian rivals the scale of the buildings he mentions, encompassing no less than four local practices, new towns, ‘endangered species’ – and OMA’s goliath CCTV (pictured).
  • 'China is becoming topical'

    12-Mar-2008

    China: so hot right now. Everyone’s talking about it. Jonathan Glancey’s behemoth of a piece on Chinese architecture in the Guardian rivals the scale of the buildings he mentions, encompassing no less than four local practices, new towns, ‘endangered species’ – and OMA’s goliath CCTV (pictured).
  • Oppressing the Danes. With flatpack furniture

    7-Mar-2008

    The most entertaining story by far in the papers is that of veiled Swedish neo-imperialism, quashing the spirit of neighbours in Denmark. And the battle tactics involve not the warships of yore, nor even the default UEFA points of last year; this time it’s IKEA.
  • In the papers today: 27.02.08. Dragons and robots take over

    27-Feb-2008

    The Times wins the pun stakes on the newly opened Beijing terminal, with its irresistible 'Enter the Dragon en route to the Bird's Nest' headline.
  • In the papers today: 22.02.08. The Olympics is just around the corner…

    22-Feb-2008

    Olympic glory seems a long way off for both China and London; today’s Telegraph reports the woes of crucial test events held yesterday in Beijing, which indicate problems with ticketing, queues and venue access, particularly for disabled spectators.
  • Exhibition - Madelon Vriesendorp

    23-Jan-2008

    Madelon Vriesendorp’s world is a rewarding place to visit, writes Shumi BoseThe World of Madelon Vriesendorp: Paintings/ Postcards/Objects/Games, until 8 February at the Architectural Association, London WC1
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