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Home among right angles: cube living

Shannon Wallace

2024-04-10 Volume 27 • Issue 1 • 2024

Huachafo architecture between kitsch and aesthetic innovation

Marius Christian Bomholt

2024-03-21 Volume 27 • Issue 1 • 2024

The poverty of embodiment in the work of Juhani Pallasmaa

Sean Griffiths

2024-02-01 Volume 27 • Issue 1 • 2024

The Time House: between cybernetics and phenomenology

Ersi Ioannidou

2024-01-31 Volume 27 • Issue 1 • 2024

Towards a reframing of Eryri: how historic framings of landscape influence perceptions and expectations of a Welsh national park

Alex Ioannou

2023-12-06 Volume 26 • Issue 1 • 2023

Editorial: re-countryside

Fabian Neuhaus and Natalie Robertson

2023-12-06 Volume 26 • Issue 1 • 2023

Defining wilderness: the evolution of Banff National Park

Felix Mayer and Piper Bernbaum

2023-11-23 Volume 26 • Issue 1 • 2023

Rural parks in neoliberal America: can rural parks adopt urban funding strategies?

Hans Klein-Hewett

2023-10-11 Volume 26 • Issue 1 • 2023

Mapping the lifelines: how the design of infrastructure networks impacts on transformation in dispersed territories

Sophie Leemans, Erik Van Daele and Maarten Gheysen

2023-09-27 Volume 26 • Issue 1 • 2023

Editorial: re-city

Fabian Neuhaus and Natalie Robertson

2023-08-02 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2023

What does it mean for urban life to see livestock grazing in post-industrial American cities?

Tithi Sanyal and Geoffrey Thün

2023-08-02 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2023

Ardagh Community Trust: transgressing boundaries, asserting community

Sam Thomson and Alex Franklin

2023-07-12 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2023

Greened out: mitigating the impacts of eco-gentrification through community dialogue

Elizabeth Gearin, Konyka Dunson and Midas Hampton

2023-06-21 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2023

Plants of place: justice through (re)planting Aotearoa New Zealand’s urban natural heritage

Maria Rodgers, Ocean Ripeka Mercier, Rebecca Kiddle and Maibritt Pedersen Zari

2023-05-31 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2023

‘Unprecedented times’: historical narratives of public health in the built environment

Tara Hipwood and Seyeon Lee

2023-04-04 Volume 24 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Collection: Historical narratives of public health in the built environment

Contextualising tragedy in places of assembly through cases of New York City social club fires

Susan Brandt and Anne Marie Sowder

2023-04-04 Volume 24 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Collection: Historical narratives of public health in the built environment

Preserving home: resistance to cholera sanitation procedures in Egypt

Alexandra Schultz

2023-03-01 Volume 24 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Collection: Historical narratives of public health in the built environment

Disease and design in twentieth-century South Africa: exploring the consequences of the 1918–19 Spanish Flu pandemic through contributions of émigré Dutch architects

Nicholas John Clarke

2023-02-08 Volume 24 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Collection: Historical narratives of public health in the built environment

‘In line with the modern conception of much mental illness’: psychiatric reforms and architectural design contributions in post-war England

Christina Malathouni

2023-01-25 Volume 24 • Issue 1 • 2023

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Collection: Historical narratives of public health in the built environment

The production and destiny of public space in an American city: examining the emergence and disruption of Brooklyn City Hall Square

Jason Montgomery

2022-12-01 Volume 23 • Issue 1 • 2022

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Collection: Re-imagining the City: Urban Space in the Post-Covid City

Lifestyles and cities of the future – Rome and Montreal: comparing two realities

Alessandra Capuano and Federica Morgia

2022-11-01 Volume 23 • Issue 1 • 2022

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Collection: Re-imagining the City: Urban Space in the Post-Covid City

The designed and the ad hoc: dynamic remakings of street space in New York City

Alison B Snyder

2022-10-18 Volume 23 • Issue 1 • 2022

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Collection: Re-imagining the City: Urban Space in the Post-Covid City

Rethinking New York’s “dark shadow”: managing the unclaimed dead on Hart Island, 1869 to the present day

Catriona Byers

2022-09-21 Volume 23 • Issue 1 • 2022

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Collection: Re-imagining the City: Urban Space in the Post-Covid City

Onsite/online: a case study approach pivots to virtual and back with new strategies learned

Stephanie Travis

2022-08-02 Volume 22 • Issue 1 • 2022

COVID-19 catalyst: emergent pedagogies and a DIAgram framework

Kate Tregloan, Nancy Samayoa, Adrian Chu and Fernando Jativa

2022-07-05 Volume 22 • Issue 1 • 2022