Smarter cities are threatened by broadband monopolies, warns Christian Wictorin. We need to liberate our network infrastructure
Lauren Isaac pours sugar in the tank of some of the more common misconceptions
Nathanael Johnson reveals the world of “synanthropes” — the plants and animals that have evolved to thrive in the city, whether they are welcome or not
Knowing the future is the easy part. The real challenge is changing course, writes Susan Krumdieck
In Silicon Valley, building twice as fast, for half the cost, to last twice as long is not an impossible dream, writes Steve Burrows
Society is ageing fast. Can better, smarter buildings and cities help us to survive the demographic timebomb?
The modern workspace owes a lot to the university campus: social, fluid and agile. But, in return, educational institutions are taking lessons from corporates too