Breaking the art market one post at a time
Instagram has given rise to a new type of savvy artist doing work and commissions for big brands.
Frankfurt embarks on Brexit building boom with new high-rises by BIG, UNStudio and more
With Brexit threatening London's status as Europe's leading financial centre, Germany's business capital has been promoting itself as a lifestyle destination.
Baca Architects proposes floating settlements to combat overcrowding in cities
The concept is intended to form the head of a future series of settlements that would extend along the docks.
Google’s Sidewalk Labs is building a ‘mini city’ on Toronto’s waterfront
Sidewalk Labs will partner with the government’s Waterfront Development to build Quayside – a $1bn new neighbourhood that will house Toronto’s growing tech industry, as well as commercial and residential buildings.
Uncle Sam is not going to smash Silicon Valley
The anti-Silicon Valley activists who are itching to break up Big Tech or at least heavily regulate it, and are mostly coming up short.
Londoners turn to 'micro flats' or risk being pushed out of the city
London's housing crisis will force workers to live in so-called “micro flats” to avoid being exiled to more affordable commuter towns.
Street food traders and property developers
What happens when property developers and street food traders strike up a friendship?
The Suburb of the Future, Almost Here
Millennials want a different kind of suburban development that is smart, efficient and sustainable.
The Roots of the New Urban Crisis
In an excerpt from his new book, Richard Florida warns of “the central crisis of our times”—the growing cleavage between superstar cities and those left behind.
Richard Rogers: "I would never dream of doing the Pompidou now"
The architect talks about his wartime childhood, most celebrated projects – and offers forthright views on Grenfell and architectural responsibility.