Tuesday30 September 2014

BD student columnist Eleanor Jolliffe

The provincial towns we jog round

29 September 2014

The Scottish referendum shows that we must stop our London obsession, argues BD’s student columnist

Jack Pringle

Scotland's Aladdin

25 September 2014

Alex Salmond and the yes campaign lost their battle for an independent Scotland - but by letting the genie of devolved powers out of the bottle, they did us all a favour, says former RIBA president Jack Pringle

Wikihouse 4.0

Give us the land and we'll solve the housing crisis ourselves

22 September 2014

There’s never been a better time to tell politicians what we want, writes Elizabeth Hopkirk


Worries over towers miss the point

19 September 2014

Super-dense schemes can work in London as long as they reinforce street spaces, says Ben Derbyshire

The disused Folkestone Harbour railway station remains a testimony to the countless travellers who have passed through the town

Point of departure

18 September 2014

People once flocked to Folkestone. Amanda Baillieu wonders whether an empty, windswept site holds the key to turning the end-of-the-line town in Kent back into a destination.

Kate Fletcher of Arup Associates: BD BIM Taskforce

Is laser scanning a utopian solution for surveying buildings?

15 September 2014

Drawings of existing buildings are often out of date, which is where laser scanning comes in

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