Christiania is an anarchist 'freetown' in Copenhagen where strange and experimental architecture has flourished.
“UK waste data needs improving” say BRE specialists, in this summary of their report into construction waste.
Why buildings crack, how cracks are categorised and what can be done.
Inaugurated last week, the new Elbphilharmonie concert venue; a soaring new addition to Hamburg's skyline.
Summary of a new ICE Transport journal which says improving transport infrastructure is essential to eradicating global poverty.
BRE look at a new government report into the accuracy of heat meters.
The Chartered Institute of Building restructures and launches 29 new local hubs.
Designing Buildings Wiki talks to the founder of the world's first indoor biophilic gym, now open in London.
How the work of 20th century urbanist Jane Jacobs continues to resonate in light of the government's garden village plans.
Have a look at this glass piano and violin building in China.
An article looking at the role of the nominated sub-contractor.
The potential impact new technologies could play in helping to preserve and maintain historic structures.
BSRIA urge participation in government consultation on policies for future heat in non-domestic buildings.
Gaudi's famous Casa Mila with its undulating 'cliff-like' facade and sculptural roofdeck.
UandI announce new joint venture with US developer to work on office refurbishment projects.
CIH predicts nearly 250,000 of the cheapest rented homes will be lost by 2020.
Four in 10 buildings exposed to cyber risks, according to new survey.
BSRIA give critical response to Theresa May's speech on leaving the EU.
The architecture/design firm launches its own Youtube channel.
Global shortlist for the BREEAM Awards 2017 announced.
Herzog & de Meuron get planning permission for revamp of Chelsea FC football stadium.
CITB plans PAYE Levy on the direct workforce cut from 0.5 to 0.35%.
Good news for construction as output rises.
The hidden strengths of unloved concrete.
UK-GBC green paper proposes more powers for cities on new-build housing.
CIOB launches industry's first open online course on ethics and compliance in construction.
10 ways to improve architecture CVs and get through the interview process.
UTEC in Lima, is this the best new building in the world?
Plan unveiled for €300m modernisation of the Eiffel Tower.
Top ten BRE publications in 2016.
The Pompidou Centre – not a monument but an event.
£1.3bn Swansea Bay project to be backed as a 'pathfinder' for other tidal lagoon projects.
Designs released for a proposed Las Vegas stadium to entice the Oakland Raiders.
Chinese river is fitted with the world's longest floating walkway.
Government give the go-ahead to controversial road tunnel under Stonehenge.
UAE sets out £134bn green energy strategy spanning the next 30 years.
Have a look at these award-winning concept designs for a thermal bath in Latvia.
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