Thursday27 November 2014

Tower blocks in Ulan Bator, Mongolia

What happens when you put nomads in tower blocks?

26 November 2014

In her second dispatch from Mongolia, Tanja Smith from Gradon Architecture explores the challenges faced by a developing nation when two cultures collide


Is there a BIM architecture?

24 November 2014

Ike Ijeh investigates whether the rise of BIM software is beginning to have an impact on the way our buildings look

Bishopsgate towers

Tall storeys: the battle for Bishopsgate

20 November 2014

Plans for the redevelopment of Bishopsgate Goodsyard have already provoked a storm of protest. Ike Ijeh has a look at why

Computer cables iStock

Rise of the machines Video

19 November 2014

Technology is elbowing out human inefficiency in architecture, says Amanda Baillieu

Stirling coverage on BBC News

Actually, Stirling had a vintage year

18 November 2014

The RIBA’s director of outreach counters the charge that nobody noticed UK architecture’s biggest prize this year

The Tram Depot

Whatever happened to planning in London?

13 November 2014

On the fourth anniversary of the Localism Act, planning has never felt less local, argues Amanda Baillieu

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