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Ambitious and expansive Qatar plays host to the Aga Khan Awards. Jan 1, 2011 571
A pizza with Rem Koolhaas, the Lion of Venice. Oct 1, 2010 730
ID Punta Della Dogana Art museum. Oct 1, 2009 535
Landscape makes its mark. Dec 1, 2008 473
First ' World Building of the Year'. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 169
Nature framed: a hotel in Spain absorbs and responds to its complex natural surroundings. Dec 1, 2008 404
Making economy work. Nov 1, 2008 478
Kindly take the stage: the eagerly anticipated Venice architecture Biennale kicks off three months of exhibitionism; swiss meister peter zumthor is awarded the praemium imperiale for architecture; peter cook has a hazy, crazy month culminating at the Venice biennale as curator of the Cyprus Pavilion. Oct 1, 2008 436
Venice architecture biennale preview; Peter Cook on why Terunobu Fujimori is the person he most wants to meet; The opening of an events building by unsangdong architects in Seoul; last call for entries for the ar awards for emerging architecture. Sep 1, 2008 2121
Inner seoul: A traditional Korean family house has been skilfully transformed. Sep 1, 2008 346
Specialisation has its limits. Aug 1, 2008 506
Pedigree & form: the work of Norman Foster has appeared in The Architectural Review for five decades, displaying an unparalleled depth and breadth of work across the world. We sample from a rich mix. Aug 1, 2008 753
China: Talking is better than shouting. Jul 1, 2008 490
Elephants in context; Forster & partners' first zoo building opens in Copenhagen. Jul 1, 2008 331
Olympic design attack. Brief article Jul 1, 2008 316
Andreas Papadakis 1938-2008. Obituary Jul 1, 2008 382
Keeping size in proportion. Jun 1, 2008 494
Celia Scott captures the spirit of architects. Brief article Jun 1, 2008 204
Scale, security and the humane. May 1, 2008 492
The RIBA President's Medal crits point up the need for good verbal delivery; Peter Cook discovers that the architectural generation game is full of both delights and pitfalls; visionary architecture critic, editor and writer Martin Pawley remembered. Apr 1, 2008 446
A sense of identity. Mar 1, 2008 454
A popular medallist: the awarding of the Royal Gold Medal to Edward Cullinan was marked by two days of celebrations at the RIBA in London last month. Mar 1, 2008 543
Outrage: plans to demolish an important housing development in East London are absurd and should be stopped now. Mar 1, 2008 638
Environmentalism is collective. Feb 1, 2008 434
Dubai rethink: Nikken Sekkei is working on energy-efficient ideas at the scale of the city and (overleaf) the individual building. City overview Feb 1, 2008 366
Delight. Brief article Feb 1, 2008 245
Liverpool still needs vision. State overview Jan 1, 2008 448
Assessing our global condition. Dec 1, 2007 432
On the shady side: an urban intervention as delightful as it is functional. Dec 1, 2007 405
Green shields: mid-air nature is as unexpected as it is effective. Dec 1, 2007 217
Beyond the wall: this singular design in Santiago is a sophisticated reinterpretation of the domestic exterior. Dec 1, 2007 326
A sense of the surface. Nov 1, 2007 452
Culture and continuity. Oct 1, 2007 439
The art of urbanism. Sep 1, 2007 426
Spanning cultural difference. Aug 1, 2007 436
Politics, patronage and parallels. Jun 1, 2007 442
Technology and the appropriate. May 1, 2007 444
Prague booking: Jan Kaplicky creates Prague's New Library. May 1, 2007 443
Rogers wins Pritzker. Brief article May 1, 2007 292
Refining the world of work. Apr 1, 2007 428
Liverpool vision: new architecture is presaging Liverpool's 2008 role as European city of culture. Apr 1, 2007 280
Good offices. Apr 1, 2007 284
Engineering the future. Feb 1, 2007 430
View. Jan 1, 2007 485
Imagining Argentina. Jan 1, 2007 327
Taking advantage of inevitable change. Dec 1, 2006 454
Earth works: simple materials and local skills inform a life-enhancing rural architecture. Dec 1, 2006 425
Across the pond: the ingenious use of metal tubes has created an unexpected jewel. Dec 1, 2006 262
Centre point: disturbed children find a focus in a big house/little city. Dec 1, 2006 366
The surface of meaning. Nov 1, 2006 450
A view from the bridge. Nov 1, 2006 399
A sense of identity. Oct 1, 2006 407
City architecture: politics and its architectural consequences featured heavily at the Venice Biennale. Oct 1, 2006 980
War and peace: the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa is as much about national identity and hopes for the future as it is about the horrors of war. Oct 1, 2006 871
Welcoming the inevitable. Sep 1, 2006 400
Understanding architectural consequences. Aug 1, 2006 410
Well tempered in Singapore. Aug 1, 2006 339
Delight. Brief article Aug 1, 2006 308
London is swinging again. Jul 1, 2006 418
Roundhouse restored. Jul 1, 2006 570
Club class: Virgin Atlantic has brought new thinking to the generally prosaic passenger lounge. Jul 1, 2006 655
Great countries embrace the world. Jun 1, 2006 472
Putting Modernism in perspective. May 1, 2006 465
The good, the bad and the all too predictable. Apr 1, 2006 431
Architecture defined. Book review Apr 1, 2006 303
Swiss made. Book review Apr 1, 2006 349
A house is not a home. Mar 1, 2006 528
Archigram assessed. Book review Mar 1, 2006 400
Putting buildings in their place. Mar 1, 2006 877
Learning from longevity. Feb 1, 2006 542
Vote for architecture. Feb 1, 2006 768
The language of architecture. Jan 1, 2006 541
Delight. Jan 1, 2006 351
Architecture, cost and politics. Dec 1, 2005 528
Space framed: sophisticated structural design informed a gymnasium building in Tomochi, Japan, symbolising its region. Dec 1, 2005 341
The artist within: from pigsty to showroom, this little historic structure is cleverly reborn. Brief Article Dec 1, 2005 282
Light spirit: fusing the secular and metaphysical, this oratory on a campus is a modern response to the numinous. Dec 1, 2005 419
The problem of architectural research. Nov 1, 2005 461
East of Eden: the Eden Project's latest building takes a design cue from plant geometries. Nov 1, 2005 590
Market renewal: Borough Market, on the south side of the Thames, has won a new lease of life in recent years. Nov 1, 2005 858
Inside storeys: bank offices have been transformed by imaginative treatment of stacked atria. Nov 1, 2005 341
Designing for disaster. Oct 1, 2005 475
Cool quality: an ingenious greenhouse for Alpine plants required a design which maximises light--and cold air. Oct 1, 2005 614
Housing, density and design. Sep 1, 2005 452
Koolhaas and cultural contradiction. Aug 1, 2005 488
Chill factor. Aug 1, 2005 459
London goes Olympic. Aug 1, 2005 841
View point: Niall McLaughlin's house conversion and addition respect and enrich their coastal environment. Aug 1, 2005 403
The I-word. Book Review Aug 1, 2005 812
Sustainability is a judgement of history. Jul 1, 2005 482
Coded for design. Jul 1, 2005 312
Pure and simple: Sauerbruch Hutton's headquarters building, for Germany's Federal Environment Agency, is a model of integration. Cover Story Jul 1, 2005 1648
What price icons in a heritage world? Jun 1, 2005 425
Double bass: this coastal retreat on the Bass Strait poetically responds to climate and views. Jun 1, 2005 422
Designed for healing. Editorial May 1, 2005 470
Doctors' orders: healthcare architecture, too often a functionalist response to short-term budgeting, should increasingly be based on the wealth of evidence about how patients respond to different physical environments. May 1, 2005 1386
Light touch: a new addition to St Thomas's Hospital, the Evelina Children's Hospital exploits space, light and colour. May 1, 2005 1740
The human dimension. Apr 1, 2005 469

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