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Still standing: Casa Luis Barragán

2022-01-18T13:48:42+01:00

Luis Barragán’s most famous work, originally designed for a client in Mexico City in 1937, then occupied by Barragán himself, harnesses the power of opposites as well as referencing his devout Catholicism.

Still standing: Casa Luis Barragán2022-01-18T13:48:42+01:00

Stage craft

2022-01-04T13:01:49+01:00

Ed Wilson of Foster Wilson Size explains how well-designed theatre spaces can have a life-changing impact on young people’s confidence, creativity, communication skills and careers.

Stage craft2022-01-04T13:01:49+01:00

Review of 2021

2021-12-31T15:35:43+01:00

As 2021 draws to a close, Isabel Allen reflects on some of the highlights of her first year as editor of Architecture Today.

Review of 20212021-12-31T15:35:43+01:00

Help for refugee architects seeking work in the UK

2022-01-04T16:05:59+01:00

Refugee architects face multiple obstacles to continuing their career in the UK. Social enterprise Renaisi is offering practical support to refugees restarting their careers and calls on practices to take a more inclusive approach to recruitment in 2022.

Help for refugee architects seeking work in the UK2022-01-04T16:05:59+01:00