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Fabrications volume 24, number 1 (June 2014).
Edited by Julia Gatley and Stuart King

Julia Gatley and Stuart King

Amanda Achmadi
A Changing Scene: The Framing of Architectural Otherness of the Dutch East Indies in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century Colonial Photography

Farzaneh Haghighi
The Deployment of Death as an Event

Marco Pompili
Modern Multi-unit Housing in Japan and the Dōjunkai Apartments (1924-34): Continuity and Change

Michael Chapman & John Roberts
Industrial Organisms: Sigfried Giedion and the Humanisation of Industry in Alvar Aalto's Sunila Factory Plant

Christine McCarthy
Inappropriate Solicitations: Advertising the O.K. Block

Hannah Lewi & David Nichols
"You Never Appreciate What You Have Until There is a Chance You May Lose It": Community Activism and the Conservation of Public Swimming Pools

The issue also includes the following reviews:

The Sage Handbook of Architectural Theory, edited by C. Greig Crysler, Stephen Cairns and Hilde Heynen. Review by Ross Jenner.

Project of Crisis: Manfredo Tafuri and Contemporary Architecture, by Marco Biraghi. Review by Paul Walker.

Seeing from Above: The Aerial View in Visual Culture, edited by Mark Dorrian and Frédéric Pousin. Review by Sarah Treadwell.

Anticipating Municipal Parks, by Donald Leslie Johnson. Review by David Nichols.

Traditionalism, Colonialism, Modernism: Asian Heritage Transformed, 2-4 October 2013. Review by Anna Rowe.



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The Kaffashha Bazaar, in the Tehran bazaar, 2012.
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