After the Gay Bar, The Uncertain Future of Queer Space

After the Gay Bar, The Uncertain Future of Queer Space

As the closure of LGBTQ+ venues accelerates due to lockdowns, digitalisation and gentrification, it’s time to reflect on the radical legacy of the gay bar and what’s next for queer space.

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After the Gay Bar, The Uncertain Future of Queer Space

After the Gay Bar, The Uncertain Future of Queer Space

Claiming Cinematic Space: Agnès Varda’s Pioneering Take on Women’s Urban Experience

Claiming Cinematic Space: Agnès Varda’s Pioneering Take on Women’s Urban Experience

Is The Freeport Set to Become The Defining Architecture of Post-Brexit Britain?

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Is The Freeport Set to Become The Defining Architecture of Post-Brexit Britain?

Before ArchDaily and Dezeen, There Was Aline Saarinen

Before ArchDaily and Dezeen, There Was Aline Saarinen

Stories on Earth: A Collective Voice for the Human and Non-Human

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Stories on Earth: A Collective Voice for the Human and Non-Human

Digital Contact Tracing is The New “Smart” Frontier of Urban Surveillance

Digital Contact Tracing is The New “Smart” Frontier of Urban Surveillance

Against the Smooth City Summer School

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Against the Smooth City Summer School

Architecture is Yet to Come to Terms with Trans Bodies

Architecture is Yet to Come to Terms with Trans Bodies

India’s Dramatic Smart City Construction Boom Ignores a Huge Migrant Workforce Toiling Backstage

India’s Dramatic Smart City Construction Boom Ignores a Huge Migrant Workforce Toiling Backstage

#12 How Beyoncé Seized the Louvre

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#12 How Beyoncé Seized the Louvre

A Construction Mistake in Rome That Created a Lake and United a Neighborhood

A Construction Mistake in Rome That Created a Lake and United a Neighborhood

“Architecture is Never Non-Political”: Michael Sorkin

“Architecture is Never Non-Political”: Michael Sorkin

Public emptiness becomes a dystopic object of contemplation

The City and The City and Coronavirus

The City and The City and Coronavirus

Failed Architecture Opens Satellites in Beirut, Bogotá, Istanbul and New York

Failed Architecture Opens Satellites in Beirut, Bogotá, Istanbul and New York

Persevere through desires for collectivity, proximity, and intimacy

The Intentional Dilapidation of Historical Buildings Is Not Neglect, It’s a Subversive Act

The Intentional Dilapidation of Historical Buildings Is Not Neglect, It’s a Subversive Act

How The Urban Eclipsed The City: An Interview With Ross Exo Adams

How The Urban Eclipsed The City: An Interview With Ross Exo Adams

The Virus Biennale: Shall We Call The Whole Thing Off?

The Virus Biennale: Shall We Call The Whole Thing Off?

Architects and urban designers cannot pretend to be innocent, creative workers