Journal

May 2017

How To Blend Old & New Architecture

‘Some of the most interesting conversations occur when there are opposing points of view.’

  • Cities
May 2017

Microsoft’s Vision Of The Future Workplace Looks Both Helpful And Intrusive

There is benevolent surveillance and then there is just surveillance, and Microsoft technology could work in both scenarios.

  • Future Workplace
May 2017

Is The Gig Economy Working?

Many liberals have embraced the sharing economy. But can they survive it?

  • Future Workplace
May 2017

How Uber, Adidas, and Tesla Use Strategic Relationships To Get Ahead

Here’s how some of the most successful companies use collaboration to become smarter, stronger, and faster.

  • Disruptive
May 2017

London's Crossrail Tunnels

At £14.8bn, it is currently Europe's largest infrastructure project.

  • Cities
May 2017

Boy Genius Boyan Slat’s Giant Ocean Cleanup Machine Is Real

A system of trash-collecting booms will launch in 2018.

  • Disruptive
May 2017

Seeking Sunlight In a Skyscraper City

City designers can now use complex data analytics to build urban spaces around light and shadow.

  • Cities
May 2017

Smart Cities Are About People

Cities are organisms, not machines.

  • Cities
April 2017

London Will Subsidise 'Naked' Homes To Aid The Housing Crisis

“People want to do some of the custom building. We can make it affordable by people doing some of the work themselves.”

  • Cities
April 2017

Who's Calling The Shots On Autonomous Vehicles?

As AVs trickle onto city streets, public leaders should set the rules of the road—before the industry does

  • Cities