Monday25 May 2015

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Who's driving innovation in housing?

22 May 2015

It’s crazy that the car industry offers more choice than housebuilders, says Paul McGrath

Eleanor Jolliffe, BD's student columnist

When it comes to architecture, the public are all first-years

19 May 2015

Educating them into part IIs is a task for the whole profession if we want design to be taken seriously, says Eleanor Jolliffe


From smuggling computers to BIM pioneers

13 May 2015

Ike Ijeh reports on one Budapest firm’s rise to become a leading architectural software manufacturer

Education secretary Michael Gove

Why architects vote Labour

12 May 2015

It helps ease guilt about the sort of housing being built, says Amanda Baillieu. But for older architects, Mrs Thatcher is a reason too

Architecture Initiative's Revelstoke Road scheme increases the area’s typical density of 50 dph to 161 dph

Densifying suburbia

11 May 2015

Localism and small-scale interventions could play an important part in increasing housing densities, writes Matt Goodwin. But the inflexible reality is enough to deter all but the richest players

Hank Dittmar

Riding the railroad to revival

8 May 2015

Hank Dittmar explores how the US’s organic approach to urban revival could take hold in Britain’s regions

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