Poznań is Poland's second-largest economy and is viewed as a gateway to eastern Europe by many of the investors it attracts, making it a key piece of the country's FDI set-up.
2020 will be known as the year Covid-19 disrupted everything we know, with ripple effects felt well into 2021. The short-term impact on businesses and economies is evident, but what does this mean for the big office return?
The Polish city of Łódź was built around its textiles industry but is now making a name for itself as an eastern European hub for advanced technologies, white goods and BPO.
Brick Lane has so far resisted gentrification, but a new scheme has just been given the go-ahead.
Nine of the ten busiest ports in the world are based in Asia, with China dominating the list and Shanghai taking over from Singapore in the number one spot.
Hotel and shopping mall group Majid Al Futtaim will use the proceeds from its new $1.5bn sustainability-linked loan to target emissions, green malls and, in a first for the Middle East, gender inequality. Head of treasury John Arentz provides the details.
With self-healing concrete expected to become a more integral part of urban construction schemes, this much-maligned material could have a positive future.
Dubai’s RoboCafe has introduced robots in place of their human overloads.
A generation of Mexican architects are building to solve social and environmental problems – attracting interest from an international audience along the way.
Few people would call office life or home-working their ideal. So why aren’t we using this moment to radically rethink our working lives?
The growth in wooden urbanism is being driven by timber’s technical and environmental benefits, as well as growing investor and consumer demand.