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The Architectural Review Podcast extends the conversation outside the pages of the print magazine, with fearless storytelling, independent critical voices and thought-provoking architecture from around the world since 1896.

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The Architectural Review Podcast extends the conversation outside the pages of the print magazine, with fearless storytelling, independent critical voices and thought-provoking architecture from around the world since 1896.

    AR Reads: Cuba's urban farming revolution

    AR Reads: Cuba's urban farming revolution

    Havana’s unique agricultural infrastructure emerged from punishing trade sanctions following the fall of the USSR but today provides an exemplary precedent that could be applied worldwide. This episode of AR Reads features Cuba’s urban farming revolution: how to create self-sufficient cities by Carey Clouse, published in AR March 2014. 
    AR Reads is a podcast by The Architectural Review, bringing you a piece from our vast archive, read out loud for you to enjoy.

    • 8 min
    AR Reads: Sylvia Crowe

    AR Reads: Sylvia Crowe

    The British landscape architect of the Modern garden, Sylvia Crowe is known for the gardens of the Commonwealth Institute in London, the Rutland Water reservoir in East Anglia, and texts such as Garden Design and Tomorrow’s Landscape. This episode of AR Reads features our Reputations on Crowe by Jonathan Glancey
    Also referenced in the text is Timothy Brittain-Catlin’s Outrage on the betrayal of the Commonwealth Institute, the Crowe-designed landscape of which was destroyed to make way for OMA’s additions next to what is now London’s Design Museum
    AR Reads is a podcast by The Architectural Review, bringing you a piece from our vast archive, read out loud for you to enjoy.

    • 10 min
    AR Bookshelf: Owen Hatherley

    AR Bookshelf: Owen Hatherley

    In the third chapter of the AR Bookshelf, Owen Hatherley reveals Southampton’s secrets, how to solve the housing crisis and why Brutalism mania has gone too far. Join us on a journey from Southampton to Moscow, via Los Angeles, London and Warsaw, all without leaving home.
     
    The AR Bookshelf, a podcast by The Architectural Review, invites the most interesting and influential names in architecture to put books on an imaginary bookshelf and tell us their story.

    • 38 min
    AR Bookshelf: Lesley Lokko

    AR Bookshelf: Lesley Lokko

    Lesley Lokko talks to The Architectural Review about the books on her bookshelf, from Reni Eddo-Lodge and Nadine Gordimer to Rem Koolhaas and Hello magazine. Through these books, we discuss corporate Black Lives Matter statements, bad book covers, and the truth found in fiction.
     
    The AR Bookshelf, a podcast by The Architectural Review, invites the most interesting and influential names in architecture to put books on an imaginary bookshelf and tell us their story.

    • 43 min
    AR Bookshelf: Flores & Prats

    AR Bookshelf: Flores & Prats

    Ricardo Flores and Eva Prats take The Architectural Review around their bookshelf, from Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier to TS Eliot and Georges Perec. On the way, we discuss the death of drawing, books that hold memory, and bringing buildings back to life.
     
    The AR Bookshelf, a podcast by The Architectural Review, invites the most interesting and influential names in architecture to put books on an imaginary bookshelf and tell us their story.

    • 45 min

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