The most creative UNESCO cities in the UK
UNESCO’s UK Creative Cities network comprises ten destinations which celebrate imaginative expression and foster emerging voices across the arts.
A billboard equivalent to 1,200 trees
The pollution-fighting billboard cleans roughly 70,000 cubic meters of air per day, equivalent to 1,200 trees.
The latest buildings designed for Paradise City, an entertainment complex in South Korea
Nothing is what it seems in MVRDV’s latest project.
Making computers faster and more climate friendly
By designing energy-efficient computer processors we could reduce energy consumption, and we could reduce GHG emissions in places where electricity comes from fossil fuels.
Cities sign up to zero-carbon buildings by 2030
New buildings in 19 global cities will have zero emissions.
This London bench absorbs as much pollution as 275 trees
Each CityTree holds 1,682 pots of moss which, its creators claim, extract as much particulate matter as 275 trees in 1% of the space
Fourthspace creates live-work design studios
Championing a collaborative spirit
15 Clerkenwell Close
Amin Taha has provoked the wrath of council planners with his glorious, rough-hewn flats in London’s Clerkenwell.
Grayson Perry x Apparata
Artist Grayson Perry and architecture studio Apparata have joined forces to create an affordable housing model for artists to live and work.