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List of reviews
- Adam Curtis - The Great British Housing Disaster
- After the Fire: London churches in the age of Wren, Hooke, Hawksmoor and Gibbs
- An Architect's Guide to Public Procurement
- An Introduction to Passive House - review
- Aquatecture - review
- Architecture maps - more reviews
- Architecture maps - review
- Architecture of Christiania.
- Avoiding and resolving disputes - review
- Bill Gething and Katie Puckett - Design for Climate Change
- BIM for Dummies - an interview
- Biomimicry in Architecture - review
- Bridge Engineering exhibition
- Brutalist London Map - review
- Building Revolutions - review
- Charles Waldheim - Landscape as Urbanism: A General Theory
- Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise - review.
- Danish Architecture Center
- Drew Plunkett - Revolution: Interior Design from 1950
- Engineering the World - VandA Museum
- England's Motoring Heritage from the Air
- England's Post-War Listed Buildings
- FutuREstorative - review
- Global undergrounds - exploring cities within
- How Buildings Work - review
- Imagine Moscow exhibition.
- James Crawford - Fallen Glory
- Last Futures: Nature, Technology and the End of Architecture
- London by Design - review
- London Design Museum.
- Lost Utopias - Interview with Jade Doskow
- Manual of Section - review
- Nowa Huta - Communist tour review.
- Owen Hatherley - Landscapes of Communism
- Richard Rogers - A Place for all People
- The Architecture of Neoliberalism
- The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945.
- Vital Little Plans - book launch
- Walters Way and Segal Close
- What's so great about the Eiffel Tower? - review
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