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Stefano Boeri Architetti’s neighbourhood concept responds to post-pandemic needs

The architecture studio’s Tirana Riverside project in Alabania is among the first to offer insight into what future developments will draw from the coronavirus outbreak. Italian

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Aerial view of Nagele. A thick ‘cloak’ of trees shields the parallel clusters of terraced houses from the expanse of the polder

Icon of the Month: Nagele, Flevoland

Aerial view of Nagele. A thick ‘cloak’ of trees shields the parallel clusters of terraced houses from the expanse of the polder. Image: Flying Focus

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Public Practice: It’s time for nationwide action on planning, not just high-level ambition

Public Practice Associates, 2019. Credit: Ivan Jones A focus on community in the Beauty Commission report is worth celebrating — but we need practical, nationwide

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Hyper-gentrification in Berlin has transformed how the city functions

Rapid transformation has reunified the formerly divided city – but also shown the necessity of political and planning interventions. By Jonathan Rock Rokem Modern day

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Three ways to tackle climate change by taking back spaces from the car

  We can reclaim cities from the car without inconveniencing people, write Richard Kingston and Ransford A. Acheampong Since the 1920s, the car has revolutionised the

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Councils need to give locals a real say on developments – or citizen-led initiatives will take it

A view of central London. Photo by Emily Wang Local authorities don’t just need to ‘engage with’ communities, writes Josh Fenton. They need to give

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Anti-homeless spikes are one way design is used as a weapon against people

  Architecture should never weaponise space against people, writes Nile Bridgeman Anti-homeless spikes affect each of us, regardless of where we sit on the spectrum

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Planning project Public Practice picks up pace – can it now shape how cities are built?

Public Practice’s new cohort. Photo: Timothy Chase From a class of 17 to start, the planning non-profit has bigger ambitions for how cities build social housing.

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Why the most walkable cities are shaped by social networks more than planning

Image by James Haworth   Cities around the world are changing to become more “walkable”. As more and more people move to cities, the benefits

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Vienna, the Pearl of the Reich

An unflinching exhibition uncovers how the city’s architects collaborated in a frenzy of Nazi urban planning, writes Laura Snoad Totalitarian regimes, the Nazis included, tend

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Unique service tackling homelessness launched in Lewisham

RNIB’s Design for Everyone campaign unveils first pregnancy test for those with sight loss

Anna Heringer wins 2020 Obel Award for Anandaloy project in Bangladesh

This Hong Kong kindergarten is designed as an indoor playground

A new furniture collection embraces the future of design

Church on a boat: Denizen Works completes the Genesis Floating Church

Why architects need to consider emotional inhabitance

New version of Barber and Osgerby’s Tip Ton chair made from upcycled household waste

Car park in historic French town transformed by Antonio Virga into new cinema and public space

Architects

RIBA goes digital-only with new wave of architect lectures

Architect David Chipperfield is known for his minimal designs

Tatiana Bilbao is one of Mexico’s most creative designers

The high-tech, inside-out design of Richard Rogers

Robert Venturi: a postmodernist pioneer

A look at the life of designer-inventor Richard Buckminster Fuller

Norman Foster is one of the early pioneers of high tech architecture

Bangladeshi architect Marina Tabassum is sensitive to tradition and culture

America’s architect: Frank Lloyd Wright

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Unique service tackling homelessness launched in Lewisham

RNIB’s Design for Everyone campaign unveils first pregnancy test for those with sight loss

Anna Heringer wins 2020 Obel Award for Anandaloy project in Bangladesh

This Hong Kong kindergarten is designed as an indoor playground

A new furniture collection embraces the future of design

Church on a boat: Denizen Works completes the Genesis Floating Church

Why architects need to consider emotional inhabitance

New version of Barber and Osgerby’s Tip Ton chair made from upcycled household waste

Car park in historic French town transformed by Antonio Virga into new cinema and public space

Videos

ICON Minds: the future of the home

ICON Minds: the future of work

Sustainable design: Pentatonic x Snarkitecture talk recycled materials

Salone del Mobile preview: Tomas Alonso and Studio Brynjar & Veronika for Swarovski

New Nordic design

UK Construction Week

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Nendo’s Oki Sato

Keiichi Matsuda: Augmented Hyper-Reality