All articles by Chris Lo

  1. Will robots drive the digital revolution in construction?

    Across the world, construction firms are struggling to keep up. After the housing market collapse of 2007 and subsequent global…
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    31 May
  2. Dutch Mountains: a circular revolution in the world’s largest wooden building

    In and around the Dutch city of Eindhoven, there’s no shortage of big brains. Home to dozens of smart tech…
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    4 Apr
  3. In pictures: the US London embassy’s long journey to Nine Elms

    On Tuesday 16 January, the $1bn US embassy in London opened its doors to the public for the first time….
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    8 Feb
  4. Remembering Bauhaus: a lesson in the art of ‘staying open’

    If not for the word Bauhaus fixed onto the side in white 3D letters, you’d be forgiven for not realising…
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    19 Apr
  5. Building borders: how are architects reacting to Trump’s wall plan?

    Of all the simple solutions to complex problems offered by President Donald Trump during his controversial election campaign, there was…
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    10 Apr
  6. UK construction counts the cost of Brexit fallout

    Most industries in the UK are likely to be affected by the upcoming exit from the EU in some way,…
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    4 Apr
  7. Lagos’ wooden skyscraper

    Patrick Kingsland: Hi Hermann. Can you start by telling us a bit about your architecture practice? Hermann Kamte: Hermann Kamte…
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    2 Apr
  8. RIBA: building bridges between architects and clients

    For an architecture firm or design studio, there are few things more precious than your reputation. You’re only as good…
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    5 Feb
  9. Redefining housing for the third age

    Housing for the so-called ‘third age’ – those retirees who have crested the peak of middle age but remain active…
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    16 Jan
  10. 2016 in architecture: reinventing the public space

    In an era of rapid urbanisation, many of the world’s cities are sprawling outwards and developing inwards, with increasing population…
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    11 Jan
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