Print journals keep coming: The Architectural Review (ar)

Tomá Berlanda looks at a clinic in Turkana, Kenya,  designed and built by ten MIT students, under the leadership of José Selgas and Ignacio Peydro: “Neo-colonialism is an urgent issue but one which most of the profession is ill-prepared to interrogate”.

architectr; rev 1417


Austin Williams reports on an intervention in one of Beijing’s labyrinthine hutongs: “While there is a still a lot of dross being designed and built in China, the recent wave of liberated architectural students are now armed with more imaginative, thoughtful and critical ideas”

Arch Rev Beijing

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