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Issue 52 October 2019 Preview
In the next issue of Design & Build Review, out in October, we’ll be looking at the changing urban environment, and how technology is driving a transformation in the design of cities.
We’ll look at how Sidewalk Labs, owned by Google parent company Alphabet, is reimagining city design, and how its architectural experiments and masterplan for Toronto’s Quayside area are shaping up. We’ll also consider how modular architecture is transforming urban design and construction – and how it is shaping the ongoing development of our cities.
Plus we’ll look at how advances in the automotive sector are evolving demands for parking solutions and how architects are finding insightful and innovative responses to the issue, as well as looking at how aluminium is emerging as a material of choice for urban projects.
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