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Political Architecture: The ‘big’ and the ‘flexible’

A few years ago I was in Bucharest helping judge a competition to design a large-scale temporary installation in one of the city’s squares. The organisers set the judging panel up in the Palace of the Parliament constructed in the 1990s with forced labour as the centrepiece of former dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu’s rebuilding of the city centre. 1,035 more words

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All Together Now! (Downtown Denver is cool.)

Thank you, Denver, for this wonderful sign.  It says a lot about you.

The Grill-Meister and I had a very late flight to Denver, and still, my eyes slammed open super-early.   124 more words


Racism in Australia

Saturday, 5 November, 2016

On Friday, 28 October 2016 (just about a week ago), Manmeet Alisher, a 29-year-old bus driver was brutally murdered after being… 713 more words

Launch of Primary School Project Addressing Anti-LGBT Bullying

Yesterday BeLonG To launched All Together Now, Ireland’s first ever anti-LGBT bullying resource for primary schools. This project was created in response to LGBT young people telling us about their difficult experiences in primary school.  375 more words


Ephemeral Cities

In the late 1970s, when I was a student of architecture, I took part in a school trip to Paris. The staff had arranged visits to what they considered important buildings: Villa Savoye (we were impressed), the new Ricardo Bofill’s apartment blocks at Noisy-le-Grand (bizarre to us but soon to be the location for Terry Gilliam’s fun sci-fi film… 745 more words

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