Death to the Calling: A Job in Architecture is Still a Job

Death to the Calling: A Job in Architecture is Still a Job

The myth of the calling obscures the role of architectural support staff and encourages architects to surrender their workers’ rights. It stands in the way of solidarity between all architectural workers.

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

Independent Architecture Criticism Needs Your Support to Survive

Independent Architecture Criticism Needs Your Support to Survive

#07 Incompiuto: Italy’s Most Prominent Architectural Style

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#07 Incompiuto: Italy’s Most Prominent Architectural Style

Stop Seeing Climate Change as an “Opportunity” for Architecture

Stop Seeing Climate Change as an “Opportunity” for Architecture

The Cities of Vilnius: Past Ideologies, New Consumerism

The Cities of Vilnius: Past Ideologies, New Consumerism

Community Wealth Building: An Idea Afraid of its Own Radical Potential

Community Wealth Building: An Idea Afraid of its Own Radical Potential

All claims to community are shaky

Beirut’s Architecture of Erasure Countered by Literary Placemaking

Beirut’s Architecture of Erasure Countered by Literary Placemaking

The Playful City: From the 1960s Strive for Spontaneity to Today’s Space of Entertainment

The Playful City: From the 1960s Strive for Spontaneity to Today’s Space of Entertainment

University of Amsterdam Shirks Urban Responsibilities Despite Legacy

University of Amsterdam Shirks Urban Responsibilities Despite Legacy

Architecture is a very strong dimension of this normal violence

#06 Architects in Calais: On Border Systems and Self-built Cities

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#06 Architects in Calais: On Border Systems and Self-built Cities

City Skins: Scenes from an Augmented Urban Reality

City Skins: Scenes from an Augmented Urban Reality

Photo Essay: Written on Glass – Detroit ’67

Photo Essay: Written on Glass – Detroit ’67

London Becomes Museum

London Becomes Museum

Photo Essay: Windows in Crisis – The Decline of Athens’ Commercial Cityscape

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Photo Essay: Windows in Crisis – The Decline of Athens’ Commercial Cityscape

Dredging the Dutch City, Part 3: Utrecht

Dredging the Dutch City, Part 3: Utrecht

#05 London Undone: Gaika and Ash Sarkar Discuss the City’s Past, Present and Future

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#05 London Undone: Gaika and Ash Sarkar Discuss the City’s Past, Present and Future

A Conversation with Keller Easterling

A Conversation with Keller Easterling

Amsterdam’s Architecture of Colonial Exploitation

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Amsterdam’s Architecture of Colonial Exploitation