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Contents 11 Cover story Blueprints


6 Building for tomorrow not today We take a look at the three winners of The Urban Adaption competition to find out how, and why, architects can design for the communities of tomorrow.


Big interview


8 Reclaiming the narrative Since founding his eponymous firm, Sir David Adjaye has risen to become one of the preeminent architects of his generation – producing work that is both personal and political. Will Moffitt speaks to the Ghanaian-British architect and RIBA Gold Medal winner to discuss his varied portfolio and what challenges lie ahead for Adjaye Associates and the wider architectural profession.


4 Special report


11 The poetic form The notion that good architecture has a certain poetry to it is an overused metaphor, but moves to install poets in residence at prestigious architectural firms have now gone beyond mere wordplay. Evidence suggests these figures are playing a formative role in shaping how buildings are conceived. Mae Losasso speaks to contemporary architect Patrick Lynch, and poet and architect Fawzia Muradali Kane to explore what impact poetry has on the way we build and experience urban environments.


15 Viparis brings light and intrigue with LED freeform elements Daktronics


Lighting 8


16 Standing firm on thin ice Architects working in Antarctica face numerous challenges, not least freezing temperatures and long periods of total darkness in the winter and near endless light in the summer. Despite these obstacles, architectural firms


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continue to build impressive, functional structures in these harsh environments. Brooke Theis asks polar architects including Hugh Broughton, whose work includes the Halley VI Antarctic Research Station and Juan Carlos 1 Spanish Antarctic Base, and Rick Petersen, principal at OZ


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