With self-healing concrete expected to become a more integral part of urban construction schemes, this much-maligned material could have a positive future.
Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Austin are home to the largest backyards in America.
The Covid-19 pandemic put a lot of attention on the role of parks and green spaces – particularly in large cities. But, not all of this attention has been positive.
A generation of Mexican architects are building to solve social and environmental problems – attracting interest from an international audience along the way.
There needn’t be any contradiction between the preservation of beauty and the necessity to provide housing.
The growth in wooden urbanism is being driven by timber’s technical and environmental benefits, as well as growing investor and consumer demand.
In the past year, the average house has earned more than the average worker – and the government is to blame.
Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, owners and managers of urban buildings have struggled to find and implement effective disinfecting measures for keeping viruses and other contaminants at bay and return confidence to the people who occupy those buildings.
As temperatures get warmer and natural disasters more prevalent, sustainable building practices are no longer enough – the architectural profession needs to build for a new reality of fires, floods and heatwaves.
Building a home cellar? Where should it go? How big (or small) does it need to be? What features are essential? And who should take care of construction?
Real estate sales in Manhattan have skyrocketed far above their 2020 and 2019 levels.
With the housing crisis showing no signs of abating, a new generation of architects is working to design beautiful, inventive houses that fit handsomely into existing neighbourhoods.
The UK government is set to make radical changes to the planning system in England.