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We must act now to stop cars taking over our cities

The government’s £250m for redesigning our roads should be targeted at residential areas as well as town centres, says Giulio Ferrini

Eleanor Jolliffe

It’s like I’m living in an Italo Calvino novel

Trapped at home, our experiences of our invisible cities have become fragmentary and dreamlike, writes Eleanor Jolliffe

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Grounded: Is there a future for airport terminals?

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Ike Ijeh surveys aviation’s architectural gems and asks what will become of them if the pandemic sinks the sector

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Eleanor Jolliffe

It’s like I’m living in an Italo Calvino novel

2020-06-02T06:00:00+01:00By Eleanor Jolliffe

Trapped at home, our experiences of our invisible cities have become fragmentary and dreamlike, writes Eleanor Jolliffe

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Learning from lockdown: Now is the time to gather evidence of architecture’s value

2020-05-29T06:00:00+01:00By Flora Samuel2 comments

Practices devoting themselves to research more than speculation will emerge from the crisis on solid ground, writes Flora Samuel

David Rudlin

How to win the peace

2020-05-27T06:00:00+01:00By David Rudlin1 comments

Now is the time to establish a design quality unit for England, argues David Rudlin

Ben Flatman

Learning from lockdown: Is 30 years of urban renaissance about to go into reverse?

2020-05-26T06:00:00+01:00By Ben Flatman

Ben Flatman talks to Yolande Barnes about whether we are on the verge of a new era of urban depopulation, as predicted by Peter Hall 20 years ago

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Learning from lockdown: If the future is office-less, how do you protect your firm’s culture?

2020-05-19T06:00:00+01:00By Martyn Evans1 comments

The greatest challenge is not technical, it’s social, writes Martyn Evans

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Buildings

  • ‘You don’t get involved in a project like this for the glory or the money’

  • Building Study: Plumstead Centre, London, by Hawkins Brown

  • NHS Nightingale: How we built a hospital in 10 days

  • Coming soon – 3D printed components for the masses

  • Maggie’s Centre at the Royal Marsden, Sutton, by Ab Rogers Design

  • Technical Study: UK Hydrographic Office in Somerset by AHR

  • Building Study: Town House, Kingston University, by Grafton Architects

  • The world’s hottest projects in 2020

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Inspirations

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Richard Griffiths’ first project: The Old Dispensary, Stratford

2020-03-16T07:00:00+00:00

The architect recalls putting quality over cost, winning over hostile workmen and an electric shock

Designing Social Value

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We must act now to stop cars taking over our cities

The government’s £250m for redesigning our roads should be targeted at residential areas as well as town centres, says Giulio Ferrini

Flora Samuel crop

Learning from lockdown: Now is the time to gather evidence of architecture’s value

Practices devoting themselves to research more than speculation will emerge from the crisis on solid ground, writes Flora Samuel