Architecture and engineering are both fixated on the idea of genius. Could this be the source of their gender imbalance, asks Andrei Cimpian
Architect and workplace strategist Kay Sargent on a smart office that skilfully balances the high-tech and the human
Transport hubs play a key role in their communities as places to gather or pass through. How can we get the most out of them?
More than ever we are leading solitary lives, isolated by changing social structures, digital networks and denser cities, writes David Symons
Smart urban technology has the potential to transform our cities — but not always for the better, warns Mark Bessoudo
Wellness is not a universal concept, it comes down to local factors and individual preferences
It is a US$43bn market and growing. But is the focus of building developers and designers on wellness entirely healthy?
The Terrapin Bright Green founder explains why natural light and views are so important to the health and productivity of building occupants
By 2030, co-working spaces could account for 30% of corporate office portfolios. If you can’t beat them, join them …
Aaron Taylor Harvey, creative director of Airbnb Environments, explains how the company’s app inspired its immersive office
BDP’s Neil Cadenhead considers comfort, mythology and hospital design in a post-antibiotic world
We need to start looking at the world from the next generation’s perspective, writes Steve Burrows — they’re the ones who will be solving the problems we’ve created
Jonathan Ledgard is seeking to build the world’s first droneport in Africa. By 2030, he predicts, there will be one in every town in the tropical world
The Stanford engineering professor Martin Fisher talks about the challenges of teaching the instant-gratification generation to think
Education is booming, the results of a growing global population with a keen thirst for knowledge. But how can today’s schools and universities prepare students for a world that doesn’t yet exist?
Immersive environments, with high-resolution 3D vision and haptics technology to simulate touch are starting to be used in education
There is considerable excitement about high-rise timber — has its time finally come?
Completely new materials may not come along very often, but scientists are remixing old ones — and it’s changing the shape of our cities
Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill’s most groundbreaking designs — including the first building to be measured in kilometres
“We’re problem-solvers who happen to be architects. Sometimes the solution is not just a building”