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A is for ARCHITECTURE
(Give me a mo, why don't you.)
Reyner Banham, Los Angeles, cars and everyday life.
Making, seeing, justice and engagement.
The Bauhaus, women and modern architecture
Widening participation, equality, education and representation.
Vernacular architecture, marginal voices and identity.
Social housing, urban culture and community action.
Writing contemporary architecture.
Tradition, beauty, authenticity and hybridity.
Modern architecture and 'the political'.
Maggie Ma &
Engagement, housing and Hong Kong.
Anne Marie Galmstrup
Urban culture, design and landscape.
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