• Design & Build Review: Issue 40

    In this issue: MVRDV's green plans, fire safety after Grenfell, hardwood CLT and healthcare and designing power storage systems into homes

  • The prefab revolution: is it set to dominate?

    Prefabricated buildings are by no means a new concept, but they have become an ever-growing trend of late, fuelled by construction innovation, serious housing shortages and cost savings. Abi Millar...

  • Designing for Dementia

    A dementia-friendly demonstration home will soon open in Watford, the UK. Heidi Vella hears from Dr David Kelly, group director of BRE Innovation Parks, about the project and how the...

  • Design & Build Review: Issue 39

    In this issue: dementia-friendly homes, in conversation with nomadic architecture practise Red Deer and are prefabs the future of building?

  • Design & Build Review: Issue 38

    In this issue: How the co-working revolution is driving a transformation in office design, the privatisation of public space, the RIBA's view of the UK election manifestos, the elegant restoration...

  • Restoring Elegance: the renewal challenge

    Listed building restorations remain a unique challenge that at times requires an immensely sensitive touch. Frances Marcellin speaks with conservation architect Sarah Khan, a partner at Roger Mears Architects, and...

  • The privatisation of public space

    Since the rise of neoliberalism in the late 1980s, public spaces in the UK and other cities around the world have increasingly been transferred into private hands. What affect does...