Magazine

Sep-Oct 2018

 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Main Feature
Two Places, One Space

FuturArc Interview
Timothy Beatley
Teresa Heinz Professor of Sustainable Communities,
Department of Urban and Environmental Planning,
School of Architecture, University of Virginia (UVA)

Projects
• Tropical Modernism: A Comparison of Two Approaches
• Artists Retreat
• Huaku Sky Garden

Commentary
Functionality, Quality & Quantity:
An Overview of Public Housing in Hong Kong


Vietnam focus
• In Conversation with Luu Thi Thanh Mau
• Projects: VH House
• Projects: Ccasa Hostel
• Commentary: Private vs State Housing: A Review from Hanoi


Happenings
Milestones & Events

Product Advertorials

Sep-Oct 2018 
SPACES FOR LIVING 

We live in a world of binaries. We are, it seems, forced into choices. We are either at work or at home; a space is either public or private; we are in the city or the countryside; this is either inside or outside.

The inside-outside dichotomy is best seen in small projects. The projects in this issue (VH houseArtists RetreatRay of Light and Window Houses) are each distinctive in what they say are the thresholds between indoor and outdoor spaces.

From the private to the most public, this binary comes to the fore in government housing. A commentary on housing in Hong Kong highlights how, in a city where indoor space fetches a premium, attention is lavished on shared spaces within housing estates. The goal here is to create a shared identity and a sense of community. In the case of Hanoi, we see the shift from traditional to new typologies, resulting in a transformation in the way the city feels and looks.

Perhaps the most interesting example of binaries is in the Main Feature by Matias Echanove and Rahul Srivastava, co-founders of urbz, India, who speak of how people in (what is disparagingly called) slums, live out their lives in two spaces.

This issue suggests that solutions for the housing sector in Asian cities are often right before our eyes, that they need not be expensive or complicated, that they need intelligence and a little compassion for the lives that people live.


Happy reading.


2018

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Mar-Apr 2018

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Climate Change The New Workplace Green Awards

 

 

Jul-Aug 2018

Sep-Oct 2018

 
Ecological Landscapes Ecological Landscapes  
 

2017

Jan-Feb 2017

Mar-Apr 2017

May-Jun 2017

Architecture of Learning Industrial Architecture Green Awards

 

Jul-Aug 2017

Sep-Oct 2017

Nov-Dec 2017

Hotels and Resorts The Water Issue Year End Issue
 

2016

Jan-Feb 2016

Mar-Apr 2016

May-Jun 2016

Retail Therapy The New Network 10th Anniversary Edition

 

Jul-Aug 2016

 Sep-Oct 2016

Nov-Dec 2016

Social Space/Public Space

Material Choices

Year-End issue

2015

Jan-Feb 2015

Mar-Apr 2015

May-Jun 2015

Making Homes Resilient Hotel and Resorts: Connecting with Nature Green Awards Edition
     

Jul-Aug 2015

Sep-Oct 2015

Nov-Dec 2015

The Biophilic Space

Energy Issue

Year-end issue

2014

Jan-Feb 2014 Mar-Apr 2014 May-Jun 2014
Architecture of Learning Living Infrastructure Green Awards Edition
     
Jul-Aug 2014 Sept-Oct 2014 Nov-Dec 2014
Design for Longevity Liveable Cities Year-end issue

2013

Jan-Feb 2013 Mar-Apr 2013 May-Jun 2013
Housing Asia Urban Edition Green Awards Edition
Jul-Aug 2013 Sep-Oct 2013 Nov-Dec 2013
The Factory The Good Office Marking Time

2012

1Q 2012 2Q 2012 3Q 2012 4Q 2012
Contemplating Consumption Climate, Materials, Community Green Resorts + Hotels

2011

1Q 2011  2Q 2011 3Q 2011 4Q 2011
Humanising Urban Networks Doing More with Less Green Inside-Out ¦Outside-In


2010

1Q 2010  2Q 2010 3Q 2010 4Q 2010
The New Workplace Education Green Wind, Water, Ecology


2009

1Q 2009  2Q 2009 3Q 2009 4Q 2009
Micro-Design People Green Architecture of Well-being


2008

1Q 2008  2Q 2008 3Q 2008 4Q 2008
Information Technology in Design / Education Remaking Metropolis Green Home

 


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