Alexander Doerr is a Canadian Designer with a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Architecture from the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary. With interest in the socio-cultural aspect of architecture and how local cultures interact differently with their built environment he seeks out untold histories, local knowledge and roughing it travels when escaping from architectural office life. Work or academia has taken him to Vancouver, Auckland, Samoa, Barcelona, Cambodia, Berlin and Shenzhen, while he currently calls Jakarta home.
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The Sudden Death of Cambodia’s Homegrown Modernism


Behind Four Walls: Barcelona’s Lost Utopia


Who Determines the Future of the Past?