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Christchurch contemplates an uncertain future after earthquakes. Apr 1, 2011 716
Ambitious plans to redevelop Stuttgart station have triggered a protest that is escalating beyond issues of conservation. Sep 1, 2010 591
China has embraced media camouflage, with walls of pixels masking architecture. Book review Aug 1, 2010 372
Topography of Terror has washed away too much dirt in presenting its Nazi history. Jul 1, 2010 661
Once a peaceful, historic resort, gambling boom now sparks a dash for brash in the Vegas of the east. Jun 1, 2010 582
Daniel Libeskind, master of memorials, on the healing power of architecture. Interview May 1, 2010 914
In protest at municipal apathy, Zvi Hecker plans a new public platz for Berlin. Apr 1, 2010 456
Architecture in the land of the long White Cloud suffers from suburban creep and a lack of identity. Mar 1, 2010 505
The fate of Elsaesser's grobmarkthalle highlights the problem of large-scale preservations. Feb 1, 2010 470
The Swiss referendum in favour of banning minarets is an expression of a paranoid fear of the 'other'. Jan 1, 2010 392
Urban India is being developed for the rich at the expense of the masses, say delegates. Nov 1, 2009 558
A question of motive as Germany builds universities for Africa. Oct 1, 2009 545
Nothing is impossible but everything is difficult. Oct 1, 2009 515
Festival/Hamburg Architecture Summer 2009. Aug 1, 2009 359
The battle for affordable housing sends squatters to the skies. Jul 1, 2009 597
The Rusty Nail. Brief article Jun 1, 2009 136
Hawaiian Modern: The Architecture of Vladimir Ossipoff. Apr 1, 2009 531
The often tense interplay between North African colonialism and modern architecture comes under scrutiny. Feb 1, 2009 1032
Layla Dawson ponders what makes for good high-rise architecture. Jan 1, 2009 865
Hamburg arabesque: Hamburg's docklands are being rapidly recast as a thriving new city, enlivened by EMBT's vigorous urban landscaping. Nov 1, 2008 970
MODERNISM IN CHINA: ARCHITECTURAL VISIONS AND REVOLUTIONS. Book review Sep 1, 2008 611
Building the Bird's nest. Movie review Jul 1, 2008 1506
The cyclically renewing Asian metropolis and its depiction in Japanese Manga comics comes under the spotlight. Movie review Jun 1, 2008 1025
Prolific Poelzic: Marvel at the energy and output of Hans Poelzig, Prussian architect extraordinaire,in a major retrospective at the Deutsches Architekturmuseum. Biography May 1, 2008 1034
Chronicling 40 years of provocation, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Austria's favourite radicals, chill out at the MAK. Apr 1, 2008 1020
China towns. Dec 1, 2007 526
Heart of glass: Daniel Libeskind returns to Berlin to add a final coda to his Jewish Museum. Nov 1, 2007 751
Complete control: an exhibition which began in a former police holding cell explores the uneasy historical relationship between architecture, custody and surveillance. Nov 1, 2007 1231
REACH FOR THE SKIES. Jan 1, 2007 582
Hamburg Summer: from scholarly exhibitions to offbeat happenings, Hamburg's fifth triennial Architecture Summer festival is a polymorphous feast for all the senses. Oct 1, 2006 572
Modern Baroque. Book review Oct 1, 2006 372
History repeating itself. Book review Sep 1, 2006 350
Hamburg goes global. Apr 1, 2006 1458
The Beetle has landed. Aug 1, 2005 460
Libeskind hits Hong Kong. Jun 1, 2005 534
Defining Jewish identity. Jun 1, 2005 646
Banking on Frankfurt. May 1, 2005 434
Josef Paul Kleihues 1933-2004. Obituary Dec 1, 2004 496
Water music: a new concert hall complex in Hamburg draws on the city's maritime history. Sep 1, 2004 595
Two Germanys, one Architecture. Aug 1, 2004 725
Engineering excellence. Jan 1, 2004 632
On the waterfront: a new headquarters for the water police in Hamburg reflects both the changing nature of the city's docklands and local crime. Oct 1, 2003 656
View: Hamburg celebrates its wealth of architectural talent; obituary, Philip Powell, one of England's most daring and charming architects; Lisbon, how to build an expo that makes a lasting, enjoyable and stylish contribution to the city; is architectural education stuck in an outdated paradigm? Jul 1, 2003 631
Star in the east: paradoxically, Jewish communities in Germany are now thriving and recent new synagogues, such as this one in Chemnitz, also encompass social and cultural aspects. Mar 1, 2003 685
Functional biology: providing an open forum for a closed scientific community, this new research institute in Dresden civilizes its large scale by inventive use of materials and light. Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 599
Vaulting ambition: with its ingenious suspended steel structure and low energy glass skin, this vast office building is a modern version of the industrial cathedrals of the nineteenth century. Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 856
Chameleon skin: wrapping a dumb concrete and glass office block in stainless steel mesh is intended to turn it into a shining landmark. Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 369
Clinical rigour: a functional rationalist exterior conceals a gentle and convivial social space which encourages the casual encounters necessary in higher academia. Brief Article May 1, 2002 803
Hanseatic Restoration: The transformation of this dockside warehouse into flats and offices follows a familiar urban pattern, but is underpinned by strong environmental concerns. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 881
EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY. Aug 1, 2001 1017
View. May 1, 2001 1294
MADE IN SWITZERLAND. Feb 1, 2001 417
BALTIC TRADER. Brief Article Feb 1, 2001 732
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 876
At the Frankfurt DAM, Spain concludes an ambitious survey of modern European architecture. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 590
A conference in Hamburg brought together philosophers, historians, theorists and practising architects. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 753
HAMBURG COUNTERPOINT. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 755
ARCHITECTURE AND RHETORIC. Book Review Oct 1, 2000 316
EXPO-DACH. Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 789
What appeared in 1994 to be a one-off event, the 'Hamburger Architektur Sommer', has now become a triennial architectural feast. This year sees its third appearance in this north German Hanseatic city on the Elbe. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 629
CIVILIZING THE BUS. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 738
MARGARETE SCHUTTE-LIHOTZKY 1897-2000. Brief Article Mar 1, 2000 403
FINE FINNISH. Brief Article Feb 1, 2000 628
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 761
Life support. Sep 1, 1999 671
Frankfurt gateway. May 1, 1999 609
Model ministry. Feb 1, 1999 758
Swiss significance. Nov 1, 1998 684
Eco membrane. Aug 1, 1998 445
Swedish model reassessed. Jul 1, 1998 620
Culture pavilion. Jun 1, 1998 780
Power dressing. Apr 1, 1998 854
Autobahn prototype. Apr 1, 1998 719
Mixed media. Apr 1, 1998 867
MartStam retrospective. Aug 1, 1997 572
Walled green city. Jul 1, 1997 864
Wave motion. Mar 1, 1997 1080
The other Bauhaus. Feb 1, 1997 581
Ungers in Hamburg. Oct 1, 1996 603
Arcadian assembly. Sep 1, 1996 955
Crystal clear. Sep 1, 1996 966
Wrapping the machine. Sep 1, 1996 566
Turkish triangle. Jul 1, 1996 567
Can German planning work? May 1, 1996 1173
Austrian avalanche. Feb 1, 1996 626
Museum without exit. Feb 1, 1996 717
Box of tricks. Dec 1, 1995 572
Rising star. Nov 1, 1995 1272
Mies is more. Oct 1, 1995 593
Wrapping the Reichstag. Aug 1, 1995 1069
Berlin morphology. Jun 1, 1995 940
Hamburg summer. Sep 1, 1994 605

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