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Articles from The Architectural Review (March 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Architects at their worst? (View). Duffy, Francis 944
Architecture in a Climate of Change - A Guide to Sustainable Design. (Do We Deserve to Surviver). Voelcker, Adam Brief Article 408
Bridging disciplines: Comprising a skeletal cuboid steel structure supporting a walkway, this bridge resembles a piece of jewellery in the landscape. (Design Review). Brookes, Alan Brief Article 328
Clinical precision: An extension of a distinguished ear, nose and throat hospital department is both efficient and lyrical. Jones, Peter Blundell 1098
Colour moves: Slowly, a major hospital in Furstenfeld, Austria is being transformed with additions that are both lively and very responsive to patient demand. Jones, Peter Blundell Brief Article 786
Concord: Marlin. (Product Review: Lighting). Dawson, Susan Brief Article 93
Danish dignity: the chapel may have been displaced from being the centre of the hospital (p40), but it can play its part in healing. Miles, Henry Brief Article 626
Delight. Brief Article 340
Garden parti: a garden pavilion uses High-Tech vocabulary to create a transparent garden room, mediating between leafy exterior and nineteenth-century house. McGuire, Penny Brief Article 492
Healing Architecture: For a long time, we have supposed that good design will improve patient well-being. Now we have figures to prove it. Bryan Lawson reports on how patient treatment and behaviour improved with new architecture. (Theory). Lawson, Bryan 2417
Healing wings: Articulated by a responsive plan and subtle tectonic gestures, this new local hospital in Graz tames and humanizes a complex programme. Jones, Peter Blundell 1196
Heidegger's Philosophy of Art. (Nazi or What?). Brittain-Catlin, Timothy Brief Article 312
Holistic grid: Designed in the late '60s but only now complete, this hospital in Mirano by Giancarlo De Carlo explores the notion of the grid as a flexible, neutral framework that sensitively orchestrates light and spatial relationships. Jones, Peter Blundell Brief Article 930
How Architecture Got its Hump. (Grimp in Mire). Davies, Colin Book Review 321
Krankenhaus Kada: Hospitals are buildings for all, but they rarely offer proper public spaces. Here is a hierarchy of spatial experience ranging from the semi-private ward to the public domain. Jones, Peter Blundell 1446
Letters. (View). 1118
Look but don't touch. (Browser). Brief Article 198
Martin. (Product Review: Lighting). Dawson, Susan 122
New Vernacular Architecture. (Modern Vernacular Possible?). Open, Bobby Book Review 276
Obituary. Davey, Peter Brief Article 715
Radical Landscapes. (Designer Disaster). Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 178
Raw discipline: Design of an apartment in a Toronto warehouse expresses the owner's desire for a disciplined existence, and the architect's love of sensual austerity. Butler, Garly Brief Article 501
Reverse charges. (Browser). Brief Article 232
Rewarding experiences: A new approach to hospital ward design based on patient needs at different stages of treatment. Jones, Peter Blundell Brief Article 388
Roberto Burle Marx: The Lyrical Landscape. (Botanical Abstractions). Young, Elizabeth Brief Article 317
Romanesque refuge: A new visitors' centre in an ancient French Romanesque abbey is conceived as a series of precisely crafted interventions. McGuire, Penny Brief Article 751
Sullivan's City - The Meaning of Ornament for Louis Sullivan & Louis Sullivan - The Poetry of Architecture. (Ornament isn't Crime). Duffy, Francis Book Review 807
The Chosen City. (Unlovable Urbanity). Ward, Colin Book Review 266
The hospital as building type. Jones, Peter Blundell 1932
The Language of Ornament. (Ornament - Basic Pleasure?). Shawe-Taylor, Desmond Book Review 294
The Urban Lifeworld: Formation, Perception, Representation. (Urban, Why?). Robbins, Edward Brief Article 274
Tradition and innovation John McAslan + Partners. Pawley, Martin 10266
Twentieth Century Architecture 5: Festival of Britain and Brief City: The story of London's Festival Buildings. (Engineering Happiness). Gregory, Rob Book Review 320
View from Singapore: Under economic pressure from other Asian cities, Singapore is reinventing itself for the twenty-first century. Powell, Robert 1274

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