Tag : Owen Hatherley
The Narkomfin apartments are a model for urban living that shames most of our current efforts, writes Owen Hatherley
It follows all the Urban Renaissance precepts, yet this scheme is as grim as the 80s Docklands that Rogers was reacting against, says Owen Hatherley
The AJ homes issue features studies of two Bristol schemes on former garage sites by Emmett Russell Architects; New Mildmay in east London by Feilden Clegg Bradley and Matthew Lloyd Architects; and Weston Street mansion block in Bermondsey by AHMM. We also look at the growing popularity of co-housing schemes, while Owen Hatherley despairs at the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station ...
Owen Hatherley’s Eurovisionaries: NarvaSubscription
Concluding his Eurovisionaries series, Owen Hatherley visits Narva, a city at the most eastern point of Estonia separated from Russia by a river, and the point where two very different versions of ‘Europe’ meet
Owen Hatherley's Eurovisionaries: MadridSubscription
The architectural legacy of the Franco era looms large in the Spanish capital with little trace of the historic architecture you’d expect