Housing and Hope
The global struggle for housing as a human right emphasizes the relationship of secure housing to personal dignity and full citizenship.
The Emergence of Container Urbanism
The repurposed shipping container, now a fixture of urban architecture, is part of a movement that can be traced back to Archigram and the Metabolists in the 1960s.
Landscape Is Our Sex
Should the relationship of a building to its landscape be a key element of its design? Unpacking the logics and illogics of this powerful cultural presumption.
The Accidental Planners
The Berlin activists who staged a protest at a vacant government building didn’t imagine they’d end up leading a €140 million redevelopment project.