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It’s all about innovation for this August 2018 issue — from the rise of 3D-printed homes to the world’s first energy-positive hotel. Veronica Simpson asks how architects can harness their skills to tackle the housing crisis and Oliver Lowenstein journeys to Studio Olafur Eliasson’s inventive, castle-like Fjordenhus in Vejle, Denmark (our cover star). We also bring you all the highlights and reflections from the Venice Architecture Biennale, take you inside the newly expanded Royal Academy of Arts and sit down with Frida Escobedo, the youngest architect yet to design the Serpentine Pavilion. Plus, editor Johnny Tucker makes a pilgrimage to The Bauhaus.