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Published on Mar 2, 2018
The masterplan for Westgate Oxford has been described as the best of great placemaking design. Project director Peter Coleman describes the challenges of creating a new 5.6 hectare city quarter in a major intervention in Oxford’s historic centre.
The Well, Toronto is one of the city’s current mega projects and Adrian Price summarises our approach to design and placemaking in a city following a vision for sustainable growth.
Manchester’s Ordsall Chord is the first asymmetric network arch in the world and required the largest mobile crane in Europe to lift into place – head of transport Peter Jenkins explains the design concept, radical innovation and collaboration behind this major infrastructure project.
Head of Rotterdam studio, Liesl Vivier, shares Dutch expertise with the challenges of designing for communities with too much or too little water.
How do you protect priceless works of art in an upgraded iconic building, achieving close environmental control but keeping all interventions invisible - Dublin studio\u2019s Chris Croly has the solution.
Lighting accounts for 20% of world electricity consumption. Head of Lighting Mark Ridler looks at the relationship between ever more connected technology and lighting and how its design can allow us to light less for machines and more for people.
The Scottish education system wants transformational learning future environments for the digital age. Colin Allan describes how to design a range of schools including a listed Georgian mansion, a new community campus and a world first faith campus which are influenced by historic precedent and current best practice.
As traditional architectural training is increasingly challenged education director Sue Emms describes emerging pathways into the profession and explains that practices have an increasing role to play in ensuring a socially inclusive and dynamic architectural profession for the future.