Technology will be critical to expanding provision in remote areas
COVID-19 has left healthcare systems around the world reeling — and pandemics are just one of the heightened threats humanity faces over the coming decades. How will we cope?
Following Leesman’s survey of more than 4,900 workplaces, Peggie Rothe delves into the data to debunk some office myths
As COVID-19 shutters communities around the world, collaboration is more important than ever
Three engineers offer solutions to a developer’s challenge
Healthcare facilities need to be resilient to a range of perils, known and unknown
Digital technologies don’t just make hospitals more efficient
“Regardless of the country, the evidence about what shapes the health of the population is pretty consistent, and healthcare isn’t the biggest determinant”
Cleveland Clinic is a world leader in healthcare, with a US$2.5bn global construction programme. So what does it think the future looks like?
Telemedicine will be an integral part of our healthcare future, and COVID-19 is accelerating the transition. But it will only reach its full potential if it is accessible to all, including society’s most vulnerable
The process of defining and calculating embodied carbon is complex, occasionally contradictory and constantly evolving
We need to completely rethink the way we use structural materials, argues Cambridge engineering expert Julian Allwood
Can there be good, sustainable reasons to specify cement-based structures?
The embodied carbon of materials is a hard concept to sell — and an even harder one to define and measure. But one thing is certain: this unseen footprint needs to fall
Digital twins could revolutionize real-world construction, says Lendlease property technologist Pete Swanson
Food sovereignty and sustainable food systems expert Nick Rose is pioneering urban agriculture in Melbourne. He explains why the future of city life depends on it
The design of spaces has always “nudged” people’s behaviour. But with digital technology, our tools are becoming more precise and potentially far more powerful. So how far should we push?
Extinction Rebellion are right to be angry. But unless they know exactly what they want, they’re doomed to fail, says Susan Krumdieck
We need to stop thinking of buildings as fixed entities and give them the chance to adapt, writes Mark Bessoudo
Micromobility will profoundly change urban landscapes – let’s make sure it’s for the better
Inclusive design specialist Ross Atkin discusses why placemaking often fails disabled citizens, the dangers of decluttering, and how to build a people-friendly smart city
In the digitally driven future, buildings and cities will only be as open as the data that supports them. Ownership of, and access to, that data will be one of the defining issues of the information age
Carbon emissions don’t respect corporate boundaries, says Kealy Herman