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The Architectural Review 2021:11 Where do we go from here?

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The Architectural Review is 125 years from where it started. Rather than looking back, this issue looks forward to a series of possible futures

This is not a manifesto but room to imagine, and imagine differently. Traversing propositional and speculative futures, the AR November issue marks the present as a turning point and poses the question: where do we go from here? Through essays, short stories, graphic novels, conversations, illustrations, a collage, a poem, a fable, a tapestry, we look to answer to this question and explore future-making in different forms. Each piece imagines the worlds we could build, entangling what we know of the present to a future of possibilities.

Every page of every issue of The Architectural Review is carefully considered for print, with countless hours spent on image selection and arrangement, on the lay of the text, the shift of the paper stock and the relationships from one essay to another. For this birthday issue we poured even more of ourselves into the production of the print, with an extra Pantone ink in the bluest of blues and a switch onto uncoated stock to show the many wonderful illustrations and graphic novels commissioned for the issue in their best light. Buy a copy of the print magazine from our online shop to get the most out of our big birthday issue, or subscribe today to receive all our painstakingly produced print issues delivered straight to your door

AR November 2021

Where do we go from here?

A land of equal distribution, Steve Webb and Kate Dehler
Stitched spaces, Amélie de Bonnières
A woodland where the Squirrel and the Rats share a meal, Will Hayter
A future collectively salvaged from the rubble, Beyond Gender
Kinfrastructure, Edit
A school willing to take risks, Francesca Hughes and Lesley Lokko as told to Manon Mollard
Architecture without extraction, Zosia Dzierżawska and Charlotte Malterre-Barthes
A city of rest, Raquel Meseguer
Grow rooms in a flooded future, Cassandre Greenberg
A city that wages love, Ama Josephine Budge and Eric Gyamfi
The queer white hole, Frances Whorrall-Campbell
A place of safety, Khensani de Klerk
A world without prisons, Rachel Komich
Everywhere – freely, Hokūlani K Aikau and Alan Pelaez Lopez as told to Bani Amor
Kawkab of immigrants (A planet of immigrants), Aude Nasr
Up the slopes of Mount Parnitha, Ojo Taiye

Editorial contributor
Edwina Attlee