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The Architectural Review 2021:06

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Amateur Architecture Studio | Sammy Baloji | Atelier PNG | Material Cultures | Collectif Saga | Mae Architects | Kurt Schwitters

Featured on the cover of the June issue, Edward Burtynsky’s Shipbreaking series depicts the bitter end of the invisible tool of global capitalism. The fleets of ships that transport commodities to ports the world over and return with tonnes of waste will one day become part of the debris too. ‘As fast and as furiously as we construct urban conglomerates, as speedily as we lay waste to our environments, as earnestly as we attempt to clean up, organise and innovate, we rapidly make things worse’ writes Hélène Frichot in the keynote for this issue. This issue seeks to mine the mountain of waste for newness and pick opportunities out from the debris. From Kurt Schwitters to Sammy Baloji, from waste management in Beirut to Chicago’s wasted space, and from landfills to the global commons: waste is an end and a beginning.

June 2021

Waste

Keynote: Wasteocene, Hélène Frichot
Wuyue Cultural Park and Lin’an History Museum in Hangzhou, China by Amateur Architecture Studio, Jaime Chu
City portrait: from the rubble of Beirut, Monica Basbous
Ingesting architectures, Sumayya Vally
Photography essay: waste lands, Sammy Baloji
Revaluing emptiness in Chicago, Anjulie Rao
Down Parisian drains, Crystal Bennes
Wood stock, Erin Putalik and Jane Mah Hutton
Waste transfer station in Villard-de-Lans, France by Atelier PNG, Manon Mollard
Outrage: the Venice Biennale makes a mess, Carolyn Smith
Design with discards, Ruth Lang
In practice: Material Cultures, Paloma Gormley
Break the upcycle, Tomà Berlanda
Case study: Silindokuhle Preschool in Gqeberha, South Africa by Collectif Saga
Case study: Walmer Crèche in Gqeberha, South Africa by Simon Galland with LYT Architecture
Case study: Lim’uphile Co-op in Gqeberha, South Africa by Collectif Saga
Reputations: Kurt Schwitters, Gwendolen Webster
Structural issues, Steve Webb
Sands End Arts and Community Centre in London, United Kingdom by Mae Architects, Eleanor Beaumont
Laying Antarctica to waste, Sabrina Syed
Here come the gulls, Tim Dee

Editorial contributors
Tomà Berlanda