Concept Perspective Writtle Calling is a temporary radio station, designed in collaboration with ARUP Engineers, to be sited in the grounds of Writtle College in Essex. The area holds importance in radio history as the first site of public radio broadcasts by Marconi Engineers. In 1922, every Tuesday evening, a live performance was broadcast under… Continue reading From Issue III: Post Works’/Matthew Butcher Studio’s Writtle Calling.
Hearth House. Photographed by David Grandorge For most of its history architecture has been a referential art, its protagonists sampling elements from existing buildings and synthesising them into new combinations. At some point in the 20th century this approach was deemed unacceptable by the architectural establishment. The modern masters kept their historical samples quiet and… Continue reading From Issue III: Geoff Shearcroft / AOC’s ‘Domestic Discovery or Sampling and Synthesising with Daft Punk’
Expanding Fields of Architectural Discourse and Practice: Curated Works from the P.E.A.R. Journal Edited by Matthew Butcher and Megan O'Shea Expanding Fields of Architectural Discourse and Practice presents a selection of essays, architectural experiments and works that explore the diversity within the fields of contemporary architectural practice and discourse. Specific in this selection is the… Continue reading Out Now: Expanding Fields of Architectural Discourse and Practice: Curated Works from the P.E.A.R. Journal
P.E.A.R.: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research Issue No. 8: Local/Global Contributors: Max Wisotsky, Ana Monrabal-Cook & Cameron Overy, Stephen Graham, Matthew Turner, Heidi Svenningsen Kajita, Alejandro Haiek Coll, Unknown Fields, Maj Plemenitas, Shahed Saleem and John Jordan P.E.A.R.: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research relaunches with an issue looking at the theme of the local and… Continue reading P.E.A.R. Issue No. 8: Global/Local
P.E.A.R.: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research. After quietly disappearing in 2014, following the release of our seventh issue, titled ‘Meaning in Material’, P.E.A.R. is relaunching with a new editorial team. In the coming weeks we’ll be announcing our first publication with UCL Press alongside our eighth issue, which looks at the theme of the local… Continue reading P.E.A.R. is back