How architects and designers are revolutionizing the use of light—and making us feel better in the process
Natural and artificial light have proven effects on our mental and physical health.
The 3 Pictures That Explain Everything About Smart Cities
The vision of the technology-powered metropolis of the future is being sold with images that bear little resemblance to the real world.
Cities of the Future
This is what the future's sustainable cities could look like
Inside Junya Ishigami’s cave-like Serpentine Pavilion at London’s Kensington Gardens
A ‘discovery’ in the landscape
How AI is radically changing our definition of human creativity
Machine learning systems are trained on data that's linked to human activity. But what they can output is often beyond the realms of our minds
UK architects including Foster and Chipperfield declare climate and biodiversity emergency
Calling on all UK architects to adopt a "shift in behaviour" over climate change.
A Smart City Is Rarely Smart Enough to Account for People’s Feelings
Smart cities are efficient, but tech can’t account for human emotion. In the Mission District of San Francisco, officials are learning to bridge the gap.
3 things I’ve learned from Extinction Rebellion
What can placemakers learn from the occupation of four London streets?
Is the Revolution of 3D-Printed Building Getting Closer?
3D printing was expected to transform architecture and construction, but uptake has been slow. Could that be changing?
The Tulip is "inevitably controversial" says Norman Foster as tower approved
Norman Foster says the The Tulip will become a "symbol in it's own right" as the controversial 305.3-metre-high tourist attraction is approved by City of London.