Seven UK architecture events still to look forward to in 2019

From the Royal Academy Architecture Prize, to the London Festival of Architecture, the UK has played host to some exceptional events so far this year for those intrigued by the architecture world. If you missed out (more…)

Continental Wonders: Five architectural highlights of Australasia

From its flat desert reaches to its populated metropolises, Australasia is a continent of varying landscapes. This wondrous diversity can also be found in its architecture, from stunning stadiums in remote locales, to (more…)

Continental Wonders: Five architectural highlights of Asia

From secluded mountain monasteries to soaring steel towers, Asian architecture depicts not only where we come from but the dizzy heights we aspire to reach. The (more…)

Continental Wonders: Five architectural highlights of Africa

The vast continent of Africa hosts diverse lands, from desert plains and verdant jungles to bustling metropolises. The architecture found in Africa’s many nations is equally varied – from the oldest of ancient wonders to soaring modern skyscrapers, the constructions of this continent are rich in wonders to behold. If your path takes you to this fascinating destination, here are some architectural jewels waiting for you to discover. (more…)

Continental Wonders: Five architectural highlights of South America

From ancient cities high in the mountains to post-modernist cathedrals, there are many testaments to the architectural genius of our race throughout the great continent of South America. From Columbia down to Argentina you can (more…)

Continental Wonders: Five architectural highlights of North America

The varied and vast landscape of North America is punctuated with an equally versatile range of architectural achievements. Designed to astound, from gravity-defying spans to iconic structures, these manmade masterpieces (more…)

Continental Wonders: Five architectural highlights of Europe

From medieval to modern, there is a veritable feast of styles for the architectural eye when taking a tour of Europe. The continent continues to capture (more…)

The architecture of zero carbon living

The 2018 UN Paris Agreement insisted that we must attain net greenhouse gas emissions of zero by the middle of the 21st Century. This is a huge goal to achieve, but if we want to avoid catastrophic climate change to our world, we (more…)

The glass houses trend

Across the United Kingdom, there is a growing trend in the demand for glass features in our homes and houses. From new technological advances that supply more effective and efficient materials, to the increased awareness in (more…)

How architects are helping people continue to live at home as they age

In virtually every country, the average age of the population is increasing. Better healthcare means people are living longer. This, combined with the fact that the number of children each person has is also falling, has created what many statisticians refer to as the “demographic timebomb”. More people are at the point in their adult lives where they need a little support than there are younger people willing and able to provide the necessary assistance.

For the (more…)

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