by Gautam Sen, Avik Chattopadhyay Jan 13, 2021
by Julius Wiedemann Jan 19, 2021
Julius Wiedemann talks about power and control in terms of how we think and perceive our realities and how much of it can be influenced by silent psychological moves.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jan 19, 2021
Architect and artist Herb Greene talks to Vladimir Belogolovsky about his Prairie House in Norman, Oklahoma, and the intentions behind this masterpiece of organic architecture.
by Julius Wiedemann Jan 14, 2021
Julius Wiedemann hones in on how data is understood, processed, scrutinised at a macro to a micro level and how data analytics impact our lives.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Jan 12, 2021
When motherhood remains taboo in a non-inclusive art world, can artists dare to embrace their maternal bodies?
by Nicholas Coetzer Jan 08, 2021
Prof. Coetzer discusses the portrayal of Rich’s architecture through the lens of the vernacular, probing into territorial relationships developed over time, in the book by Jonathan Noble.
by Julius Wiedemann Jan 05, 2021
Julius Wiedemann explores the possibilities of the future in the realm of simulations and how predictions can drive us to think beyond our world.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jan 04, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to Iwan Baan about his trips to China, his collaborations with architects there, and the photographer’s concern for disappearing culture.
by John Jervis Dec 31, 2020
From challenges to innovations, losses to lessons and closures to the continuum, John Jervis rounds up the transformative year that was in design.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 31, 2020
With an overwhelming and enthusiastic response to react to the idea of ‘new’, here are the finalists and a brief about their work.
by Jaimini Mehta Dec 30, 2020
As part of Louis Kahn’s built heritage in India is threatened by demolition, Prof. Mehta writes that it will be a travesty of unforgivable proportions and an offence to future generations.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 30, 2020
STIR Editor (Arts) picks his favourite published stories from the year 2020.
by Julius Wiedemann Dec 29, 2020
Julius Wiedemann questions the connotations of career in a fast-moving digital world and how human skills and technology can work together for the future.
by Rahul Kumar Sep 02, 2020
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