Some previous research suggests people living in rural areas may be at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. But our results tell a different story.
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Amphibious architecture isn't just for libertarians who want to pay less tax.
This article explores how to improve water quality.
Urban nature has a critical role to play in the future liveability of cities.
How are architects, planners, residents and developers using these opportunities to improve the standards of urban living for everyone? We’ll look at a few important ways among many.
This article explores how to design and create resilient urban landscapes.
Designers have come a long way over the last century in learning that green spaces can only help cities when residents embrace them.
The Rennes Metropole planning team uses the 3D virtual twin to envision the potential growth of the region, based on goals and targets set by leadership, optimize the systems and networks necessary to serve that new development, plan new urban services, communicate effectively with the public, and administer construction to minimize delays and negative effects.
It’s becoming increasingly obvious that we need both sustainable and cost-effective housing for those living in urban areas.
Car parks seem to be intersecting with English history quite a bit lately.
The building of a pool can be part of a larger project of building new civic institutions and networks that fall somewhere between market, state and civil society.
To meet future water needs, cities will need to become more efficient and resilient by investing in “smart,” data-driven technologies.
Design is a problem-solving discipline and one that, like engineering, seeks answers to difficult challenges.
In this article we take a look at an assortment of seating, tables, bicycle racks, shade furnishings, and more to help you with your next project.
As bike ridership increases, more individuals are demanding safer routes. Cities haven't been quick to respond to the demands, but have recently been indicating at a favourable compromise in the future.
Huge quantities of networked sensors have appeared in cities across the world in recent years. This information can be used by city leaders to create policies, with the aim of making cities “smarter” and more sustainable, but the data only tells half the story.