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Modern medical facility reunites India and Portugal for a new age of discovery. Nov 1, 2010 440
Here is what the 18th century meant by the sublime: aesthetic appreciation of terror. Nov 1, 2010 571
Photography and ruins might have been invented for each other. Feb 1, 2010 468
Juhani Pallasmaa calls for an 'architecture of resistance' in the face of globalisation. Jan 1, 2010 551
Book. Book review Jun 1, 2009 310
Farewell to Norway's greatest architect: Sverre Fehn, 1924-2009. Obituary May 1, 2009 477
Conversing with the past: in what are likely to be his last architectural works, Norwegian master Sverre Fehn adds to Oslo's physical and cultural history in two projects that engage in different ways with existing buildings. Peter Davey analyses the remodelling and extension of Norway's National Museum of Art, Architecture & Design and refurbished office for publisher Gyldendal. Feb 1, 2009 820
Publishing Office, Oslo, Norway. Feb 1, 2009 814
A new and Native Beauty: the art and craft of Greene & Greene. Book review Feb 1, 2009 668
Jorn Utzon 1918-2008. Obituary Jan 1, 2009 1149
Now we are 10-a decade of emerging architecture: to mark the 10th cycle of the AR awards, the programme's founder Peter Davey looks back at a decade of youthful exuberance, and sees great hope for the future, as skill and humanity are rekindled by a new generation of architects. Dec 1, 2008 2108
Morecambe and modernity: Union north and Avanti Architects help revive Morecambe's Midland Hotel for developer/hotelier, Urban Splash. Sep 1, 2008 2337
Grand opera; Oslo's new opera house is both a dramatic and topographic addition to the city's waterfront. Jun 1, 2008 1679
Social life. Book review Jan 1, 2008 463
Vivat Arabia Felix: the evolution of Yemen's remarkable architecture is explored at the RIBA. Dec 1, 2007 724
Diocesan dialogue: Peter Zumthor orchestrates an angelic conversation between old and new. Nov 1, 2007 2014
Craft skills. May 1, 2007 525
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. Apr 1, 2007 1007
PARADISIACAL HOUSE OF THE QUEEN. Jan 1, 2007 537
Colin Boyne 1921-2006. Nov 1, 2006 785
Capital Soane. Nov 1, 2006 478
Pax Romana: Richard Meier triumphs in Rome, creating a new shelter and museum for Ara Pacis. Cover story Oct 1, 2006 1349
Fine finnish. Book review Aug 1, 2006 734
Modern matters. Jun 1, 2006 865
Georgian visions. Book review May 1, 2006 503
The Great Goth. Book review Feb 1, 2006 538
Lunch box: this addition to an Oxford College elegantly extends the historic continuum. Nov 1, 2005 836
Red dawn. Book Review Oct 1, 2005 420
Restoring Stowe. Sep 1, 2005 373
Theoretical sweep. Book Review Aug 1, 2005 672
Giancarlo de Carlo 1919-2005. Obituary Jul 1, 2005 774
Field of memory: the new memorial to European Jews who perished under the Nazis is an unnerving presence in the heart of Berlin. Jul 1, 2005 1411
Arts and Crafts paradoxes. Apr 1, 2005 926
Ralph Erskine 1914-2005. Obituary Apr 1, 2005 656
Setting the scene for the future. Mar 1, 2005 2071
In place: in cherishing the particular against a corrosive tide of globalization, architects can make the world a better place. Jan 1, 2005 1144
Emerging architecture: work celebrated in the ar+d awards this year comes from all inhabited continents and represents a very wide diversity of building types and thoughtful responses to an extraordinary range of society, topography and climate. Cover Story Dec 1, 2004 2025
Democratic representation: since the beginning of the state, all governments have built to demonstrate their power. How can modern democracies find expression when many perceive that terrorism is a major threat? Nov 1, 2004 1358
War broke the Mostar bridge, one of the most emblematic buildings in the Balkans. Now, it has been triumphantly restored. Sep 1, 2004 1414
Material assets: huge opportunities are offered by an increasing range of materials but their essential sensuous importance remains. Aug 1, 2004 1392
Pounds of pretty paper. Book Review Aug 1, 2004 663
Arts' powers: buildings for the arts have hit the headlines in recent years. True artistic integrity is stultified by the deathly embrace of marketing. Imagination and inspiration are needed. Jun 1, 2004 1219
Germany's ferocious Atlantic Wall on the French coast has been transformed by nature and art. Brief Article Jun 1, 2004 164
Pat Nuttgens. Obituary May 1, 2004 446
Emerging Architecture. Cover Story Dec 1, 2003 2650
Wood and trees: timber is the only building material that, properly used, positively benefits the planet and our relationship to it. Wood is indeed good and we should explore as many ways of using it in building as possible. Nov 1, 2003 777
White castle: the Finnish Embassy in Stockholm represents both a modern democracy and a long interlaced history. Oct 1, 2003 1260
Moving image: a remarkable filmic addition is made to Sydney. Unlike most cinemas, it promises to add to the jollity of urban life. May 1, 2003 699
Lab experiments: a remarkable new civic heart for Melbourne combines traditional urban qualities with wilfully anti-human geometry. May 1, 2003 1251
Delight. Book Review May 1, 2003 231
Surface travel: as transport shrinks the world, we have a choice between increasing pollution and destruction and enriched urbanity. (Comment). Apr 1, 2003 1473
In the public eye: reorganization of the German railway has allowed Stuttgart to remodel its centre with an underground station that organically links structure and environmental control. Apr 1, 2003 680
Delight: in a tiny perfect city in an unfashionable part of Italy, there is a treasure that transports us back to the early Renaissance, an unattainable world, yet inhabited by people we know. Brief Article Apr 1, 2003 324
Emerging architecture. Dec 1, 2002 1579
In context. (Comment). Oct 1, 2002 1193
Learning in New Delhi: this is the first major addition to New Delhi's symbolic capitol since Independence. It resonates with the past at many levels, and suggests new approaches to monumentality. Oct 1, 2002 1409
City suit: interpreting a very banal brief on a site of extraordinary historic riches, the architects have made subtle suggestions about achieving urbanity in today's marketing-led world. Oct 1, 2002 852
Respect for King's: a student hostel respects both its site and Cambridge tradition while exploring precedents from twentieth-century architecture. Oct 1, 2002 1182
Delight. Oct 1, 2002 280
In the wilderness: a very small building brings a sense of place, humanity and gentleness to the harsh and absurd urban landscapes of Vienna's business satellite. Sep 1, 2002 654
Bigness: Bigness is one of the greatest problems of contemporary architecture. While programmes have become larger and larger, architectural imagination has scarcely grown to reply to them. (Comment). Aug 1, 2002 1415
Space and identity. (Comment). Jul 1, 2002 1216
Battle lines: creating a memorial to a battle of mythical importance with no obvious surface traces necessitated architectural imagination of great sensitivity which has overlaid past with present, place with narrative, time with space. Jul 1, 2002 1271
The Yemen's mud brick buildings. (Place). Jul 1, 2002 2592
Yemen in Peril. (View). Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 679
Building with metal: metals have been used in buildings for more than three millennia. What were originally rare and honorific architectural substances are now essential, and their potential is incalculable. (Comment). Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 1031
Education and architecture. (Comment). Brief Article May 1, 2002 1277
Suburbia undermined: an underground kindergarten near Graz in Styria that protects and cherishes small children, while being a fairy story in itself in its evocation of archetypes. Brief Article May 1, 2002 411
Underground thoughts: the University of Thessalonica has dug in to create an underground library that gives the comfort of the cave, while being a powerful academic machine. (Interior Design). Brief Article May 1, 2002 577
Obituary. Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 715
Centenary celebration. (View). Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 835
Destroying all the things we love. (Comment). Feb 1, 2002 1140
The Lhasa Atlas. (Forgotten City Celebrated). Book Review Feb 1, 2002 470
Eco Urbanity. Jan 1, 2002 1596
The Slick and the Hairy: 'Slick and hairy', the house made by a pair of architects on a neglected north London site, has many environmental lessons to teach -- not least about the nature of wit in building and the importance of imagination. Jan 1, 2002 1308
A Mysterious Evocation of the Power of the Forest and of Religion, this Tower stands Unexpected and Pristine before its Tranquil Pool in a quiet clearing under the Styrian Mountains. (Delight). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 243
Trial by jury. (view). Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 149
REGIONALISM: TIME TO REVIEW AND RENEW. Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 1035
Aga khan awards 2001. Nov 1, 2001 1025
Outrage. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 686
EXEMPLARY ISTANBUL. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 344
Postcard from Taipei. Sep 1, 2001 1350
ARTS AND THE PUBLIC REALM. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 1589
BIBLIOTHECA ALEXANDRINA. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 3069
TEACHING MEDIUM. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 486
HITTING THE HEADLINES. Aug 1, 2001 1505
View from Malmo. Jul 1, 2001 1093
ARCHITECTURE, DWELLING AND THE GLOBAL MARKET. Jul 1, 2001 1274
CYCLADIC SENSIBILITY. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 488
Greening the Thames. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 987
HOME GROUND. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 692
HOUSE RULES. Jun 1, 2001 1556
IN NORWEGIAN WOODS. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 737
WESTEND SHOW. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 554
Delight. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 361
THE MAGIC LABYRINTH. May 1, 2001 1185
ROUTE MASTER. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 730
ROYAL REGENERATION. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 600
MEANS TESTING ARCHITECTURE. Mar 1, 2001 1217
DOCK MASTER. Mar 1, 2001 1861

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