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Articles from The Architectural Review (April 1, 2007)

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British high tech-nique: while many tall buildings seek to impose new forms on the city with radical new shapes, 122 Leadenhall Street has rationally negotiated its place, adding the best part of a million square feet gross with true style and finesse. Gregory, Rob 964
Civil service in cork: ABK display good manners extending cork's City Hall. Gregory, Rob 873
Daring Kildare: Heneghan Peng's first completed building combines the rational and the radical. Gregory, Rob 1030
Delight: MoreySmith optimise and rationalise a forgotten space. Gregory, Rob 162
Designing interactions: what can architecture learn from the computing sector, and how might it influence the way architects think about offices and the city, asks Francis Duffy. Duffy, Francis 1619
Diary. 304
East meets north: Alvar Aalto's endlessly inventive career is seen through the eyes of Japanese architect Shigeru Ban in a major new exhibition at London's Barbican. Davey, Peter 1007
Good offices. Finch, Paul 284
Green gauge: these civic offices in Melbourne provide a radical new paradigm for green buildings. Slessor, Catherine 639
Light work: following on from his thoughts in Peter Davey's valedictory issue, in which contributors were invited to speculate on the future, services engineer Max Fordham considers lighting in the workplace and how it is evolving to meet the challenges of environmental responsibility. Fordham, Max 1138
Liverpool vision: new architecture is presaging Liverpool's 2008 role as European city of culture. Finch, Paul 280
New York, New York. Deitz, Paula 892
Out of the shadows. Webb, Michael 313
Peter Cook: on a trip to snowbound Winnipeg, Peter Cook unearths delights beyond the radar of the conventional architectural circuit. Cook, Peter 760
Refining the world of work. Finch, Paul 428
RIBA weather forecast. Gregory, Rob 523
Sap rising, spring in the air, Sutherland Lyall looks for signs of cyber life. Lyall, Sutherland 726
Skilful cornering: unusually for its type, this speculative office block in Nuremberg connects with both its site and the life of the city. Jones, Peter Blundell 914
Specifier's information. 602
Stockholm syndrome: a major international competition to create an extension to Asplund's City Library in Stockholm has produced six finalists who will go on to develop their proposals. Swedish critic Rasmus Waern considers the merits of the schemes. Waern, Rasmus 837
The art of alchemy: simple materials are magically transformed in these offices for a film company in Santa Monica. Slessor, Catherine 486
The Khmer Empire, Cities and Sanctuaries from the 5th to the 13th Century. 102
The mirrorball cracked: this standard spec office block on a Seoul business park is transformed by a shimmering, prismatic, mirror-glass skin. Brensing, Christian 871
Ulster says yes. Cousins, Mark 418
Utopia regained: these bold government offices help the American workplace to reconnect with a sense of civitas. Carter, Brian 1431

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