From Wellbeing in Interiors to the Future of Cities: The Most Relevant Architecture Themes of 2021


© Denilson Machado - MCA Estúdio. ImageSibipirunas House / Studio Otto Felix.

© Denilson Machado – MCA Estúdio. ImageSibipirunas House / Studio Otto Felix.

If last year we concentrated all our efforts and attention on the climate crisis and how we will live together, this second year of the pandemic was a tremendous opportunity to continue with the reflection and deepening debate on the most urgent issues in architecture. Through calls, articles, interviews, debates and projects, ArchDaily’s Monthly Topics of 2021 presented a response each month, rich in research and reflection about the most relevant issues – from interior wellbeing, green architecture, adaptive reuse, migration and equity, to rendering, automation in architecture, collective design and the future of cities.

Aiming to provide inspiration, knowledge and tools, and always seeking to “empower all who make architecture happen to create a better quality of life” we summarise this year’s topics by presenting the publications that most impacted our readers. Goodbye 2021, Hello 2022!

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