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A collection of interviews with the people that use our projects every day.
No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.
Life at Stride Treglown
Stories from the people that shape our everyday.
Thoughts & Opinions
Adding value to South Wales’ best kept secret
Pierre Wassenaar on CS Connected and bridging the gaps between education, workplace and specialist tech environments.
Making workplaces work
There's plenty of potential in existing office buildings says John Wright, it's all about how you unlock it.
We continue to explore the next generation of human-centred later living models
Adopting DfMA takes a change of mindset but if you commit you’ll reap the rewards.
Making emergency departments future ready
Good design can help healthcare provision shift towards more efficient models of delivery, says Simon Boundy
The healthcare estate isn’t a campus, it’s a mini-city
Healthy hospitality, hospitable healthcare
John Colvin, head of hotels, on the cyclical relationship between medicine and hospitality at 'The Min' in Bath
Is high rise the future for urban school design?
Rachel Bremner on working with education providers to develop smaller footprints that work.
Making room for soul
Cora Kwiatkowski questions how we achieve academic placemaking. Step one - listen to the end users...
Band B – what’s in store for Welsh school design?
With £1.8 billion of capital funding, James Page presents the challenges and opportunities for over 100 Welsh schools and colleges.
Sketching with space
"Architects don’t draw lines anymore, we place objects in space." Juan López explains more...
Creative reuse − part preservation, part inspiration
How do you map a secondary school onto the floorplan of a 17th century manor? Craig Brown explains...
Positioning schools at the heart of communities
Josh Blackledge argues that it’s not enough to design great learning environments, schools must also benefit the wider area.
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
Bethan Hellings urges hotels to consider Virginia Woolf's maxim...
Keeping ahead of the tech curve
How does changing technology impact the way we design our healthcare buildings? Adam Parry explains...
Meet your new therapist
Do cities hold the key to our health and happiness?