While there’s growing momentum in addressing the climate crisis, I fear there’s still too much ‘business as usual’ across the construction industry.
The campus conundrum: creating an attractive environment that works for everyone
Head of Universities, Cora Kwiatkowski on designing spaces to host a multitude of learning and social activities.
Design thinking to boost the SEND system
From new build schools to small-scale interventions, Danny Harris on helping to resolve the shortfall in SEND provision.
Building with Nature: creating better places for people and wildlife
Isabelle Carter shares the transformative impact of ‘Building with Nature’ and what it means for future developments.
When Stride Treglown met Triodos
“We need an economic transformation in the way we invest and build.”
Learning must go hand in hand with preparing for the world of work, both of which are mediated through architecture.
Designs for Positive Provocation
7 steps to inspiring climate action through art, design, and architecture.
Marine Stewardship in Plymouth
Simple steps to setting up your own beach clean—and why seagrass might be nature’s magic sponge.
A welcome step towards Net Zero Carbon
London Residential Lead, Michela Ravaglia shares her thoughts on the recently adopted London Plan 2021.
Successful hybrid working is driven by shared values, mutual benefit and, ultimately, a desire for better work-life balance.
Homes for lockdown, homes for life
Architect, Francesca Lewis says our lockdown experiences can, and should, inform senior living designs for the better.
Our Social Value Journey
It's at the heart of everything we do. Karyn Williams sheds more light on where we've come from and where we're going.
Is London up to the 2030 net-zero carbon challenge?
Associate Architect, Michela Ravaglia outlines London’s response to the Climate Emergency.
Ealing Fields High School: Part preservation, part inspiration
How do you map a secondary school onto the floorplan of a 17th century manor? Craig Brown explains...
Weathering the Covid storm and learning to dance in the rain
Stephen Dolphin, Divisional Director for Organisational Change, on resiliency and reinvention.
Our biased guide to eating out in Cornwall
"Nothing - not a conversation, not a handshake or even a hug - establishes friendship so forcefully as eating together." Jonathan Safran Foer