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A New Golden Age of Architecture

Did you know that architecture is in a crisis?<p>It’s a major crisis that has recently hit a high note in the media. Almost daily we are bombarded by …

The Architecture of

<b>a Data Visualization</b><p><b>Multilayered Storytelling through “Info-spatial” Compositions</b><p><b>Information Design</b> is playing an increasingly critical role in …

Architecture and Eclecticism

Abstract<p>Some architects and clients are happy with Eclectic architecture that individuals have recently found sympathetic as an environment for home …

Progressive Architecture in Japan

Residential architecture in Japan is the most progressive in the world. The creative outlet is so large that there are approximately 4x more …

architecture, design, products, materials

Blog LENS 25 Apr 2016Myth BustingThe photography of Yiorgis Yerolymbos<p>Magazine No. 43<br>Athens<p>25 Apr 2016<p>Magazine No. 43<br>Athens<p>essay<p>From the Bottom and …

The Room of the City

Follow<p>The Room of the City<p>Compiled thoughts and sketches from a five week trip through public spaces in Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands.<p>The …

Architecture matters. Here’s why.

I write because:<p>a. Practically all recent, topical online debate, vaguely related to the subject lacks any critical maturity. It inevitably relapses …

Princeton University School of Architecture Workbook 13/14

Follow<p>Princeton University School of Architecture Workbook 13/14<p>Annual booklet showcasing recent undergraduate, graduate, and PhD student work in …

Spacial Development of the Courtyards Inside the Late 19th & Early 20th Century Apartment Blocks of Lviv

An Interview with Jacques Herzog: From Art to Architecture

Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. [Photo by Christian Aeberhard, courtesy of <i>Architecture Dialogues</i> and Herzog & de Meuron.]<p><i>For a recent book</i> …

Radical Philosophy interview with Rem Koolhaas

‘I hate being an architect’

The architect decides to do an ‘intuïtive’ interview, and unveils The Rem Koolhaas Method<p>This article won the Mercur Price for Best Magazine Article …

The Brutal Truth: when modernism gets historic

It is 25 years since postwar architecture first started to be recognised as “officially quite good, here and there”. 1987 was the year the system for …

Renzo Piano’s Shard in London. Not bad, but NOT a ‘vertical city’.

The Shard. It’s a very tall building in London. Also outside London, on a clear day, given the distance from which you can see it. And when I say …

Steel cloud: Sou Fujimoto’s Serpentine Pavilion

People spoil it, that’s the trouble. Having been elsewhere during the press scrum of the morning’s preview, I dropped by to look at this year’s …

Anish Kapoor

Entering the main hall of the Galleria Continua in San Gimignano is hugely emotional. An immense whirlpool, a vortex of water five metres in …