shared living series

architecture futures

A feature column written for online design platform exploring the technological developments currently shaping the architecture profession within wider cultural and political discussions by bringing together critical voices on each topic. Themes covered include the possibilities and limitations of emerging technologies and the use of digital tools in the development of sustainable built environment solutions.

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architects take climate action

Archinect speaks to practitioners and educators taking on the challenge of adapting to the climate emergency

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dwelling in the golden years

Experiments in senior living

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america and the av

Digital mobility for architects

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books + bots

Conversations on the future of architecture publishing

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housing after debt

A discussion with Alistair Parvin

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recycled buildings

Design for disassembly

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rethinking frank lloyd wright

Thoughts from a trip through the Rustbelt

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new ground ii

Countryside 2030

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emergency shelter

Housing for the age of mass displacement

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new ground i

Advancing the countryside

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architects of social responsibility

Views of humanitarian architecture in practice

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redesigning las vegas

Entertainment architecture for the experience economy

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never meant to copy, only to surpass

Plagiarism versus innovation in architectural imitation

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drones for architects

New capabilities for the construction sector, how to get started an how to navigate the law

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coliving 2030

Are you ready for the sharing economy?

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spatial activism

Profiling a new wave of European architecture collectives and their spatial manifestos

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