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Co-building the city: The draw of participative planning

The dominant role once occupied by the city planner is under threat. A new paradigm of participative planning is challenging the "business as usual" process for shaping our urban spaces. The modernists of the 1960s rarely consulted the people who would live inside their...

source: By Lucy Wallwork
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Buildings account for an estimated 39 percent of carbon dioxide emissions, 65 percent of waste and 70 percent of electrical use in the United States. In the Pacific Northwest, a changing climate is already shifting our use of water, energy and other natural resources. To...

source: Living Architecture Monitor

New research revealed by Harvard Business Review has investigated the effects of office air quality on employees working within a building and on their subsequent productivity. The research collaboration between Harvard University, Syracuse University and SUNY Upstate Medical...

source: Architecture & Design

If the 2016 summer games in Rio de Janeiro were any indication of what to expect in 2020, city officials in Tokyo have their hands full preparing for the upcoming Olympic games. Some 500,000 foreigners traveled to Rio, purchasing the 7.5 million tickets. Accommodating this...

source: Architectural Digest

The reconstruction of ancient buildings is often a difficult undertaking in a world where most ancient structures either no longer exist or have been heavily modified. However, a massive online coinage database with over 600,000...

source: Forbes

Two young Italian conservation architects working for London practices are among those believed to have died in the Grenfell Tower blaze. Gloria Trevisan, and her partner Marco Gottardi had recently moved to London and were living on...

source: Building Design Online

Like everything, architectural history and theory have been radically realigned by the internet and digital culture. Now, ideas are passed through relatively unfiltered media, such as 140-character tweets that have turned writers’ attention from writing to spewing...

source: The Architect's Newspaper


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