In Times of Need: Architects Stepping Up in Humanitarian Crisis

In Times of Need: Architects Stepping Up in Humanitarian Crisis © Erik Jan Ouwerkerk Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987475/in-times-of-need-architects-stepping-up-in-humanitarian-crisis Hard times bring people together. In recent years we have seen how collective work can be a driving force to help those affected by natural or man-made disasters. After a disaster or … Read more

Ecological Control and the Garden City: Utopia for Whom?

Ecological Control and the Garden City: Utopia for Whom? Aerial view of church and residential areas in Pinelands, Cape Town,. Image © Jean van der Meulen via Shutterstock Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983622/ecological-control-and-the-garden-city-utopia-for-whom At the turn of the 19th century, a British publishing house would release a book written by an … Read more

Le Corbusier’s artwork for the “Cité Frugès” near Bordeaux, France

The cité Frugès is a real estate project initiated in the 1920s by the Bordeaux industrialist Henry Frugès with the aim of creating a workers’ housing estate in Pessac, in the suburbs of Bordeaux, France. He called on Le Corbusier, who came with his architect cousin Pierre Jeanneret to design a futuristic housing estate in … Read more