How British Colonial Architecture Excluded Pakistani Women From the Public Sphere

How British Colonial Architecture Excluded Pakistani Women From the Public Sphere

By replacing the traditional approach to spatial design with western ideals, British colonisation of Pakistan contributed to the decline of women’s access to public space.

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The distinction between private and public is rigid and does not allow for in-between areas, varying degrees of privacy, and flexible uses

How British Colonial Architecture Excluded Pakistani Women From the Public Sphere

How British Colonial Architecture Excluded Pakistani Women From the Public Sphere

Betraying the Profession: Design Labour Against Technocracy

Betraying the Profession: Design Labour Against Technocracy

Baku’s Urban Growth Machine Pits Residents Against Construction Workers

Baku’s Urban Growth Machine Pits Residents Against Construction Workers

Anti-car barriers, fencing, security cameras, anti-homeless spikes, and other blunt technologies

How More Security Makes Women and Queer People Feel Less Safe

How More Security Makes Women and Queer People Feel Less Safe

Let’s Remind Architecture and Design Organisations of Their Support for Black Lives Matter

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Let’s Remind Architecture and Design Organisations of Their Support for Black Lives Matter

Call for articles: Cities After Algorithms

Call for articles: Cities After Algorithms

The impotence of nostalgia is pervasive

OMA Uses Brutalist Aesthetics to “Greywash” the Luxury High Rise

OMA Uses Brutalist Aesthetics to “Greywash” the Luxury High Rise

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?

But I do think American taste is improving…

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

Transfeminist perspectives still remains largely absent from architectural debate

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

It’s not official, it’s not on the books, but it’s real