Year-End Issue 2017
There are no sustainable buildings without sustainable cities. And while a sustainable city encompasses numerous characteristics, a key attribute is that it is inclusive; it offers amenities and rights to people of different standing and needs.
The Main Feature in this issue looks at inclusivity through the filter of urban quality (Urban Portraits: Kuala Lumpur). Our Malaysia correspondent, Dr Zalina Shari and designer/photographer, Hans Lim, had mapped a selection of spaces in their hometown. Here, curation of spaces and images is the point of view. Through their eyes, the city reveals itself at the intersection of modernity and tradition. Some spaces are infused with culture, politics and religion; some are framed by contemporary skyscrapers. The most interesting ones are the least expected.
Augmenting the Kuala Lumpur spreads, we have an interview with Tri Rismaharini, the current mayor of Surabaya, Indonesia. She talks about her work in shaping the city and its self-image.
Harry Serrano writes about new infrastructure in the Greater Capital Region, a polycentric cluster surrounding Manila.
The project in Fuzhou, China presents itself as a new kind of urban-nature experience.
Table of Contents
3Q 2022: GREEN AWARDS | REINTERPRETATION
2Q 2022: NEW & RE-EMERGING ARCHITECTURE
1Q 2022: HOUSING ASIA
4Q 2021: YEAR-END | NOW & THEN
3Q 2021: CITIES ISSUE | EQUITY AND URBAN INTERVENTIONS
2Q 2021: WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE
|Main Feature: Intersectional Feminism for a Sustainable Future||Kotchakorn Voraakhom|
|Yasmeen Lari||Ganga Rathnayake|
|Serina Hijjas||Ching-Hwa Chang|
|Maria Warner Wong||Product Advertorials|