• Elevating urban infrastructure

    Public space design is often dominated by sweeping spaces and wide terrains that give a sense of openness to crowded urban spaces. However, the winners of a new design competition...

  • Design & Build Review: Issue 43

    In this issue: The promise of Bjarke Ingels Group’s Amager Bakke, designing the world’s largest wooden building, Oslo's architectural transformation and much more

  • Design & Build Review: Issue 42

    In this issue: the role of the architect in 2018, parametric design and robotic construction, the fall of starchitecture, the collapse of Carillion and much more

  • Toronto’s Tree Tower

    Penda is planning a modular wooden skyscraper for Toronto that could provide a more sustainable model for high-rise city living. Frances Marcellin talks to Christ Precht, partner at Penda, to...

  • Sustainable design: a Passiv retrofit

    A 19th century mews house in Chelsea, UK, has recently become one of only a handful of PassivHaus properties in the country, thanks to a retrofit by Cadogan. Frances Marcellin...

  • Design & Build Review: Issue 41

    In this issue: Toronto's modular CLT skyscraper, rethinking airport design at Venice Marco Polo, retrofitting for PassivHaus status, construction skills in the wake of the UK budget and much more