Thursday, 21 May 2020 08:15

Designing London's back to work commute

Architecture and urban design studio Weston Williamson has illustrated its design concepts for retaining social distancing measures when Londoners return to work. 

Published in News

A 'fast track for beauty' proposed by the Beauty Commission is troubling – but a focus on community is worth celebrating. It's time for practical, nationwide action to make the built environment work for everyone, says Public Practice

Published in Comment

When the city’s functions rigid and defined by planning, it risks alienating residents from urban spaces

Published in Comment
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 16:32

Burning Man Festival

Every summer 50,000 artists and revellers descend on Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the Burning Man festival. The campsite they create is a model of urban planning and community organisation, but its architecture is defined by the event’s destructive driving force

Published in Features
Friday, 09 July 2010 10:44

The African City

Mega-cities like Lagos get all the attention, but Africa’s helter-skelter urbanisation is having more effect elsewhere.

Published in Features