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Articles from The Architectural Review (December 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A frightfully Moderne movement. Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 217
A life on the waves. Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 337
Architectural canon. Hawkes, Dean Book Review 545
Bamboo lessons: Bamboo is rarely used structurally; this school teaches universal lessons. 458
Boxing clever: an exercise in spatial manipulation is made possible by innovatory technology. 529
Cambridge faces closure. Jones, Peter Blundell 729
Civic subtlety: a run-down corner of a little Italian city has apparently effortlessly been brought into urban conversation. 409
Concrete intervention: radical treatment of a nineteenth-century building creates dramatic new spaces. 565
Curving into the past: a bold initiative in Ljubljana's delicate core links past, present and future in space. 362
Delight. Brief Article 199
Diary. Directory 227
Dragon tales: wit has transformed a heavy Prussian school into a lively and welcoming place. 320
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. Davey, Peter Cover Story 2025
Ezra Stoller 1915-2004. Obituary 140
Fauteull Grand Confort, petit modele. Ellis, Charlotte Book Review 313
Folded box: totally changing with the seasons, this tiny building catches the landscape. Brief Article 253
Grape expectations: an elegant celebration of wine-making in the far south contrasts with its sublime site. 495
Heaven on Earth? Davies, Colin Book Review 432
Injustices of Occupation. Hayeem, Abe Letter to the Editor 355
Irish lesson: a carefully transformed traditional farm shows how Bungalow Blight can be counteracted. Brief Article 287
Josef Paul Kleihues 1933-2004. Dawson, Layla Obituary 496
Just get on with it. Lyall, Sutherland 99
Krater craft: with an understanding of topography and local crafts, this house unostentatiously commands its magnificent site. 372
Lake poetry: a bathing place created on a limited budget responds to and intensifies the natural beauty of its magnificent site. Brief Article 319
Light on faith: a space for all faiths that has presence and avoids becoming anodyne. Brief Article 313
Light on last rites: imaginative understanding of materials makes this tomb a fitting set for rites of passage. Brief Article 327
Monsoon cool: Singapore's main use of energy is in air conditioning. This design employs tradition to reduce cooling loads. 372
Moses of the modern movement. Darley, Gillian Book Review 391
Moving moment: a flexible little building gives a wide range of insights into the nature of numinous space. 598
Nesting. Lyall, Sutherland 167
Orgatec: Catherine Slessor surveys Cologne's biennial encounter with the world of contract office interiors. This furniture makes doing business a pleasure. 458
Parliamentary points. Murray, Gordon Letter to the Editor 445
Photography Prize. 146
Plot in the landscape: a youth club produced on a low budget shows the potential of non-Euclidean geometry. 469
Recreating history. Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 143
Reincarnation: a dowdy church has been transformed by light, imagination and faith. Brief Article 297
Snowscape: a little museum responds to its region's often extreme climate. 361
Specifier's information. 679
Swiss strips: a light-hearted yet rigorous pavilion radically altered a grim Madrid courtyard. Brief Article 315
Taking to the air. Edwards, Brian Book Review 389
The bold and the beautiful. Robinson, Karen Letter to the Editor 222
Torch bearer: ingenious use of quite commonplace materials and technology light the way. Brief Article 134
View from Shanghai: more than any other metropolis, Shanghai has become synonymous with the most brutal kind of urban development. Turnbull, Robert 1047
Worb's weave: a warp of concrete and a weft of stainless steel clothe a sinuous little station. Brief Article 245

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