These wilting and dying grasslands with their ridiculous felt containers point to the need for architects to theorise a new relationship between natural history, ecology and immanent notions of cultural landscapes.
They go negative, and the financial and emotional toll on themselves their families and their profession is enormous.
This last week or so at my graduate school of architecture the students were lining up for selfies with Bjarke when he came as a
My local branch of the AIA had its awards jury presentations last weekend. I wanted to go and have a look at few categories. Sadly,
This issue is a train wreck of big brands, naive and not so naive political populism; ignorance about architecture and conflicting theories of architecture, planning and urban design .
Perhaps it will always be a perennial question for architects: Does it matter who we work for and who our patrons are? Does it matter where the money comes from?