Virtual Reality’s Architectural Coming Of Age

The pandemic has accelerated architecture's digital revolution, serving as a catalyst for increased use of VR

Chybik + Kristof Architects: Breaking the Rules

Ondrej Chybik and Michal Kristof on how they approach design and how they expect architecture to evolve

Breaking Ground: Beginning Construction

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on construction, but work is beginning to re-start

Rethinking Post-Pandemic office design

Lockdowns are lifting, but many workers are not returning to offices, and when they do, their needs are changing

2025 After coronavirus

Choice shortlisted designs from the RIBA's Rethink: 2025 design competition from architects and students

A new normal in post-pandemic building

Astudio's Richard Hyams on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for construction

Design for wellbeing: reimagining public space

Growing interest in wellbeing and coronavirus concerns are driving new approaches to public space design

Sidewalk Labs: Smart City Plans Beyond Toronto

Google's Sidewalk Labs has cancelled its Toronto Quayside smart city project. So what lies ahead?

BIG, Sustainability and the Furniture Factory

Bjarke Ingels Group has unveiled its design for furniture manufacturer Vestre, and it’ unlike the factories of old.

When is a Listed Building Not a Listed Building?

The legal saga over the sale of two urns has shed new light on the inconsistencies of listed building enforcement.

Striking Concepts: Projects Unveiled This Month

As architects and developers look to the future, we are beginning to see striking proposals emerge.

Specifying for wellbeing: Materials and more

Some of the materials, fixtures and fittings that are designed to maximise health and wellbeing