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Issue 53 December 2019 Preview
In the next issue of Design & Build Review, out in December, we’ll be focusing on the 2020s and how architectural trends, technologies and language are set to evolve in the coming decade.
We’ll look at how climate change is driving a transformation in architecture, both in terms of a move towards net-zero design and a greater focus on creating resilient architecture that can withstand increasingly extreme and harmful weather events. We’ll also consider some of the technologies shaping architecture and construction, from AI-assisted software to emerging building approaches.
Plus we’ll also hear from leading architects about what they expect from the 2020s and profile some of the biggest projects set to be completed in the coming years.
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