Graphic design by Iker Gil
Cover by Christopher Baker
Conflicts are an inevitable part of our society. Their origins can be political, economic or social; their outcomes physically and emotionally impact cities and countries, economies and societies; we can’t avoid them. It’s the moment to discuss the consequences and how design can be a useful tool to address them.
Build Simply: South of the Border
Essay by architects Alfredo Brillembourg and Hubert Klumpner from Urban-Think Tank with research assistant Daniel Schwartz from ETH
Under Conflict, Can We Still Give a Damn?
Ethel Baraona Pohl and César Reyes from dpr-barcelona interview Cameron Sinclair, Chief Eternal Optimist and co-founder of Architecture for Humanity
Prostitution, Migration, and Urban Territory
Essay and diagrams by OMNIBUS (Charlotte Malterre Barthes with Valentina Genini)
Water Shore Habitat
Project by David Garcia Studio awarded First Prize in the International Unesco Delta City of the Future competition
Changes are Coming
Vladimir Belogolovsky, architect and founder of the Intercontinental Curational Project, interviews architect and educator Peter Eisenman