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Brixton’s Black community is being displaced - we need to address the disparities this exposes

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The displacement of the Black community in Brixton is rupturing long-established neighbourhoods and highlighting issues around economic disparity, writes Shanice Abbey

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Building study: Cohen Quad, Exeter College by Alison Brooks Architects

Alison Brooks Architects channels Ruskin and Morris in a playful craft-inspired new building for Exeter College, writes Ben Flatman

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WA100 2022: Global business booms back

Optimism is strong, at least for the US and Western Europe, where big firms are vying to woo staff – but China has become a tough market for outsiders, reports David Blackman

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Brixton’s Black community is being displaced - we need to address the disparities this exposes

2022-08-19T04:00:00+01:00By Shanice Abbey

The displacement of the Black community in Brixton is rupturing long-established neighbourhoods and highlighting issues around economic disparity, writes Shanice Abbey

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What’s stopping us from making better use of listed buildings?

2022-08-18T05:00:00+01:00By Anna Beckett2 comments

A building should not be treated like an old pot in a museum - we need a more robust approach to listed structures, says Anna Beckett

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The Coach: How to give (and take) criticism constructively

2022-08-17T05:00:00+01:00By Louise Rodgers

Knowing how to give and take criticism is an essential skill in the workplace, says Louise Rodgers

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The Elefante in the room

2022-08-15T04:00:00+01:00By Robert Adam3 comments

Adaptable buildings are often the most sustainable, so how do we ensure today’s architecture is fit for tomorrow, asks Robert Adam

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Politics needs specialists from the built environment – and it needs you now!

2022-08-12T05:05:00+01:00By Emma Dent Coad5 comments

The Conservatives are asleep at the wheel and lack the skills or desire to address the built environment’s multiple crises, writes Emma Dent Coad

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Open-plan living is dead - bring back the serving hatch!

2022-08-11T06:00:00+01:00By Chloë Phelps3 comments

Open plan spaces are both inflexible and boring, so why not make use of some time-honoured alternatives, writes Chloë Phelps

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