Rudyard Kipling’s A-Z of Architectural Folly

Kenneth Baker, an anthologist discovered Rudyard Kipling’s unpublished poem, while browsing through the Kipling archives in the strong room of the University of Sussex Library. The poem was written in the 1890s in the margin of a notebook, belonging to the architect – Sir Herbert Baker.

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Event: STILL . WANT . DANCE, by Suryan//Dang

The Exhibition of photographs of architectural spaces reveal an urge that is inherent in all things still. the urge to move. Stillness in architecture is a dynamic as well as a pause. The works in this solo exhibition of a very dynamic duo reflect these values in different ways.

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Resilient Homes design Competition, by The World Bank in collaboration with Airbnb, Build Academy and GFDRR

The World Bank, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, Airbnb and Build Academy have launched a global crowd-solving challenge for designs of Resilient Homes. The goal of this challenge is to generate designs for low-cost and sustainable small houses (under $ 10,000) for people living in vulnerable areas affected by natural disasters. The deadline for challenge submissions is November 30, 2018.

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