Developers and architects need to work out how to make their schemes more engaging and experiential if they want to attract the younger generatin, argues Amanda Baillieu
It was only a matter of time before the tough ‘stem’ subjects would muscle out the soft study of society’s relationship with art and architecture
The LFA fails to tap into the huge public appetite for inspiring design – the London Design Festival shows us how it can and should be done
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- Amanda Baillieu's Venice highlights
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- Why the Panama Papers raise questions for architects too
- Lessons from competitive Paris
The AA’s Crit Club debates the future of the high street
After a year BFLS has finally re-branded but was it worth the wait ?
Mipim teaches you how to tell the hunter from the game
- Upcycling the profession
- The end of the week?
- Let them drink bottled water
- If a pub isn't a community asset what is ?
- How to get ahead of the curve
- Me, Peter Zumthor, and my broken sandal
- Where are the angry planners ?