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Historic England releases previously unseen images of building post-war BritainSubscription

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Historic England has launched a substantial new image-based project, showcasing a selection of key post-war buildings

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Tokyo 2020 Olympics venues: the retrofit gamesSubscription

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New-builds account for only a handful of venues hosting the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo – some were even used in the 1964 games. Rupert Bickersteth reports

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1960s redux: Re-imagining the Avant-Garde at the Betts ProjectSubscription

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The latest exhibition at the Betts Project gallery in London EC1 focuses on work by contemporary architects and designers that reflects the radical architectural Big Bang of the 1960s and 1970s avant-garde

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Meisterclass: Beyond Bauhaus exhibition at the RIBASubscription

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The fleeting presence of three Bauhaus Masters in the UK is the focus of this rich cut through British mid-century Modernism, writes Rob Wilson

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Never mind the roundabouts: Milton Keynes festival looks to the futureSubscription

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A Festival for Creative Living, curated by a German experimental architectural practice, is a scrappy inaugural affair but full of positive energy and ideas for the new town’s urban future, writes Rupert Bickersteth

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Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019: business can no longer be as usualSubscription

By Lucy Bullivant

Live theatre, public assemblies and street games underline the actions-speak-louder-than-words message of the ’degrowth’ theme at this year’s event, says Lucy Bullivant