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Building Culture… in Tangier

Florencia Lucila documents the endless sea of Tangier’s mud brick buildings bathed in pastel-coloured paints marked by time.

At Home… In a Trove of Art and History in Cuernavaca

Pia Riverola captures the Mexican home of museum curator Elia Stavenhagen, where a love for art, history and nature is celebrated in every corner.

Building Culture… in Havana

Anna Izquierdo captures the buildings of Havana, where the city’s fluctuating social and political history is documented in its architecture.

At Home… Inside Two Family Dwellings in Tangxia

In our newest ‘At Home’ feature, Rita Liao meets her “Great Uncle” and “Uncle” in rural China, where the line between public and private space is blurred and every object holds a story.

Look at All the Lonely People: Building Urban Communities

Despite having a proclivity for solitude, Marta Skrabacz examines how good urban design can become a catalyst for counteracting loneliness.

Building Culture… in George Town

Sarah Pannell takes us to the UNESCO World Heritage Zone of Penang’s second largest city, where old-world Asian charm meets a British colonial influence in rows of eclectic urban architecture.

The Romance of Porto’s Old Accidental Beauty

Olga Kotnowska walks us through the curving alleyways of old Porto, where a tapestry of coloured tiles creates a pathway through a city aged by time, stories and the wash of the Atlantic Ocean.

At Home… Inside a Florentin Bauhaus Apartment in Tel Aviv

Step inside this youthful 1.5 bedroom apartment brought to life with plants, fruit and literature.

Where They Lived: the Home of an Artist

From the surrealism that Dalí transposed onto a small Spanish fishing village, to the vibrancy of a Marrakech villa and garden that worked its way into Yves Saint Laurent’s collections, here are five homes that hold a very special place in the heart of their locale and the artist who created them.

Building Culture… in Barcelona

For this new photo series exploring the relationship between architecture and place, Anna Izquierdo documents four very different buildings that reinforce Barcelona’s worldwide reputation for its Catalan architecture and community-centred spaces.