Library & Culture
Carving a Pure(r) Form of Architecture

Article by THEMBA MTWAZI* In many ways, the relationship between humankind and stone dates back to the inception of time itself. Whether from a religious standpoint through a genesis involving a supreme being, or as

Sustainability
Earthen Architecture in Resource Limited Settings: A Bangladesh Case Study

The final Perspectives on Architecture talk in 2013 came from Jo Ashbridge, 2012 RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship recipient, on Tuesday 12th November. At the time of receiving the award she was already in Bangladesh working with a

Students
Carving a Pure(r) Form of Architecture

Article by THEMBA MTWAZI* In many ways, the relationship between humankind and stone dates back to the inception of time itself. Whether from a religious standpoint through a genesis involving a supreme being, or as

Influencing Policy
Debating the present and challenging the future of architectural education

Article by Reece Singleton* In an ever changing world there a few things that stand still and resist change, except possibly the way in which we educate young architects in the United Kingdom. British architectural