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Written by Khensani de Klerk and Solange Mbanefo. Introduction  The second machine age, gender-based violence, global south, developing cities, poor
Today’s article is derived from an experience that the author encountered. Prelude. On lived experience as a criterion of meaning…
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If you made the wise decision to click on this article, you are probably pissed-off about the title. You are
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I often smile at strangers during commutes on the bus, tram and train. It is also no misconception that Switzerland
Today’s theme is born out of an exploration of the mutual and contradicting strings that we find in the city
Today’s theme is one that has been discussed before in a different context, and a revisit is essential for us
Today’s Matri-Archi post speaks to the complex overlay of gender and racial issues that have made architectural practice a hegemonic