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Read about the landmark Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumper, the tallest twin towers in the world.
Author and 'place-hacker' Bradley L. Garrett writes about the threat to city public spaces from corporatisation and redevelopment, with details about the first intervention event this weekend.
Relocating the British capital out of London would regenerate the regions, save money, and perhaps even rescue the UK itself, writes architect James Dunnett.
The President of Mexico opens new RSH+P tower in Mexico City.
Tokyo's Nakagin Capsule Tower is the first in a new weekly feature highlighting unusual building designs from around the world.
Can 'smartness' be measured, and what is the optimum size for a smart city?
Roberta Blackman-Woods MP says that Labour is 'fully supportive' of home-ownership aspirations, expresses hope that the Lords will tackle the 'very bad' Housing and Planning Bill, and vows to 'lobby strongly' for the reinstatement of the Zero Carbon Homes initiative.
From 1 April local authorities will be required to keep a register of aspiring self and custom house builders when planning for future housing and land use.
New platform makes data available from Innovate UK’s £8 million Buildings Performance Evaluation programme.
A panel of architects and urban designers debate whether decentralisation can solve the housing crisis.
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