Preview: The Rape of Eileen Gray

Le Corbusier’s assault of Gray’s Modernist masterpiece: the case for a reform in architectural education. Western men and their buildings dominate the discourse of architectural history while historic female figures have been systematically forgotten. Most damagingly, their contributions to affecting architectural change have been swept aside. The men of Modernism, such as Le Corbusier and

Issue 2 Launch Event

Come and celebrate the launch of Crumble magazine’s second issue, ‘What’s the Plan?’ at Harry’s Southside. Join us for a discussion, drink and to pick up your copy of Crumble for the reduced price of £3. We are teaming up with EUSAS to host a discussion where some of Crumble’s contributors will outline plans on

Architecture Shouldn’t Bow to Terrorism

Following in the wake of tragic vehicle-borne terrorist attacks in Nice and London, cities across the world are rushing to implement measures to protect their citizens from the new found threat. Unfortunately, whilst best intentioned, these barriers, gates and bollards are turning our historical cities into frightened battlegrounds where fear overcomes the planning system and

Edinburgh’s Chipperfield Mystery

You’ve won the competition Sir David, so why can’t the public see the winning design? There is a lot to be said about the worth of Pre-application Planning Consultations but everyone expected better from the renowned practice behind proposals for Edinburgh’s new SCO Concert Hall (the so called “IMPACT Centre”). Last year, the trust behind