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”.
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”
Visit Print Journals to find something imaginative, thoughtful and critical.
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