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Front 15 SCENE WeWork takes over the world and Snøhetta makes a splash

17 DIARY Haring in Liverpool, Houben at the V&A and a boundarybusting London Festival of Architecture

20 CRIMES AGAINST DESIGN Homeless spikes: what architecture without humanity looks like

22 OPINION It’s time to embrace the bathroom, argues Charles Holland

On the cover A detail from the National Museum of Qatar photographed by Iwan Baan

June 2019

Design 26 UNIVERSAL DESIGN The next generation of inclusive design needs to be created with – not just for – its users

38 SAINT-ÉTIENNE BIENNALE The festival’s 11th edition put objects in their place, focusing instead on the systems that underpin them

46 PROFILE: JONATHAS DE ANDRADE The Brazilian artist tackling his country’s colonial legacy and failed urbanism

60 MILAN HIGHLIGHTS The top events and best new products from this year’s Salone

68 CLERKENWELL DESIGN WEEK Graphic design with a whiff of old London

72 ICON: THE MODERN WHEELCHAIR The one chair that truly changed the built environment for the better

Architecture 76 NATIONAL MUSEUM OF QATAR Jean Nouvel’s grandest projet crash-lands on Doha’s Corniche waterfront

86 PROFILE: ARTHUR MAMOU-MANI From desert temples to biobrick sculptures, the Parisian architect is bringing a poetic sensibility to digital design

94 MK GALLERY, MILTON KEYNES 6a Architects captures the arcadian spirit of Milton Keynes’ glory days

108 Q&A: ADRIAN LAHOUD The Sharjah Triennale curator on finding new meanings of architecture in the Australian landscape

119 PHOTO STORY The Bad City Dreams of Indian real estate

130 ICON: YASMEEN LARI’S SHELTERS A sustainable, local approach to post-disaster design

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Review 134 HOW CHICAGO! IMAGISTS 1960s & 1970s Goldsmiths CCA relives the heyday of the pop movement’s forgotten rival

140 B. V. DOSHI The Vitra Design Museum explores the humane, idealistic vision of India’s first Pritzker laureate

143 MAGDALENE ODUNDO The Kenyan-born ceramicist shares her diverse influences at The Hepworth Wakefield

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