Analysis

  • Things of Beauty

    The unfashionable concept of beauty is gradually being rehabilitated in architectural circles. This is thanks to the efforts of philosopher Alain de Botton. He tells LEAF Review's Kerstin Zumstein why...

  • Urban Visions

    Judging by some of the recent flagship projects in Europe's major cities, urban architectural design remains vibrant. However quality building must precede eye-catching design, warns Nicola Leonardi, publisher of The...

  • High Risk, High Reward

    Rampant corruption, political instability and labyrinthine administrative procedures are all red flags for investors. However, the sheer growth potential of construction markets in Central and Eastern Europe may be too...

  • A winning formula

    It was no surprise that Henning Larsens Tegnestue emerged as the Overall Winner at the LEAF Awards. The company has recently finished first in a string of design competitions. Damian...

  • Ian Mulcahey – Gensler Masterplanner

    Ian Mulcahey has worked on masterplans for 20 years and pulls no punches when it comes to expressing his opinions. He speaks to Damian Arnold about his views on the...

  • Ken Shuttleworth – Quick on the Draw

    Ken Shuttleworth's London-based practice - Make - has enjoyed meteoric growth since starting two and a half years ago. He speaks to Damian Arnold about his company's role in current...

  • On the Green Horizon

    Robert Such speaks to inventors, engineers and designers about eco-friendly buildings, innovative microgen projects and the devices of future design: technologies that promise to one day go mainstream.

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