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A pastoral fiction that speaks more to a mutated village life than what is arguably the height of techno-capitalism today

The politics of the industry remain a mystery to most on-lookers

Six months ago the first ever AI-driven residential property acquisition took place

The romanticising images of ruins ignore the political dimensions on the ground

All claims to community are shaky

Architecture is a very strong dimension of this normal violence

Designers are still very solutionist

All I have to do is sit and wait for natural tenant turnover

Architecture is all about people

There is a brutalist quality to grime music

One of the great myths of cloud storage is its space-saving potential

The Mosul Dam is Failing

Are these representations of ruins sincere?

We are all orphans in the city now