Dear FuturArc readers, “God is in the details.” This famous quote by Mies van der Rohe aptly illustrates this cycle’s FuturArc Prize (FAP) First Place winner’s entry. Chai Yi Yang’s proposal is one that has been meticulously thought out and painstakingly drawn up. I will not give away too much here for the beauty of his work must be personally appreciated in detail—similarly for the rest of the winning and merit entries of FAP 2022. Dedicated to the spirit of the competition, this issue celebrates the creative dynamism of fresh ideas and energy. Reinterpretation was the brief of the 2022 competition cycle opened to students only. The jury meeting was held online for the first time in FAP’s 14-year history, plus a rigorous round-table discussion—read the in-depth content in The FuturArc Interview. “To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science.” Albert Einstein. This is indeed true to the extent of relooking at current states of one’s built environment and see how disused/underused assets could be reinvigorated to become better natural,...
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|
1Q 2021: ENERGY
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