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- Opportunities: Developers eye empty shops for hospitality an...Opportunities: Developers eye empty shops for hospitality and healthcare
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- The Retreat competitionThe Retreat competition
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Opportunities Hub: Commissions worth the bidding
Latest: 12 urban brownfield site redevelopments
The metaverse: a virtual opportunity or a distraction from ‘real’ work?
Bloomberg recently estimated the market to be worth $800bn. But what is the metaverse?
Cultural intelligence: think of it like Couch to 5K
Our final step on the route to inclusion
RIBAJ Opportunities Hub launches with 66 Portland Place competition
The revamp of the RIBA's headquarters is the lead item in our new online opportunities hub
Building Safety Bill returns profession to centre stage
What the Building Safety Bill means for architects
Do post-pandemic homes need the return of the porch?
The house of tomorrow might best be served by adding a porch
Platform design: can architects fit together a new way of working with P-DfMA?
How do architects fit together a role in P-DfMA?
PII is failing architects, say RIBA members
Indemnity insurance costs are soaring while exclusions are forcing practices to turn down work
Business parks are ripe for a resurgence
The unloved out-of-town compound could play a key role in establishing new workplace models
Opportunities for design as coastal towns eye staycation revival
Opportunities for architects open up by the seaside
What the School Rebuilding Programme means for architects
DfE's Crawford Wright on what the government wants from its £1bn programme
Rethink: how stadium design is evolving for post-Covid events
What will going to the match be like – when we finally can?
Rethink: How Covid is rearranging the design of homes
Huge improvements in domestic space are possible – and necessary
How to design the best learning environment
Lessons for the quality, classroom major on sustainability, flexibility and collaboration
Rethink: Covid-19 puts urban realm in the design spotlight
Architect experts on deliverable, characterful public spaces
Rethink: What has Covid-19 taught us about designing schools?
Priorities for spending the government’s £1bn for education
Coping with Covid: How library design will need to change
Key points from IF_DO’s report, Safer Libraries
Arterial Holloway Road becomes clean, green, safe, happy space
Streets are Made for Walking by PeopleMatter.
Empty workspaces become lived in communities
Get Everyone In by Benjamin Holland, Olivia Dolan and Katie Williams wins Rethink 2025 building category
London becomes a patchwork of food-producing landscapes
Urban scale winner Greater London Agriculture by Tim Rodber and Dominic Walker mitigates against future pandemics
Architects burst with ideas on how to rebuild society
RIBA members from 18 countries accept challenge to envision a post-pandemic world
Where do architects predict the most change to life post-pandemic?
Rethink 2025 proposals for the street, workplace & education, villages & suburbia, and living
Inequality in the UK tackled at street level
Commendation for Andrew Jackson's 'achievable' Catalogue of Regeneration
How Newham could become the Green Lungs of London
Rethink 2025 commended: Mark Bonshek, Sabba Khan and Khan Bonshek address the vulnerability of minority ethnic groups
A vision of revitalised cities and enchanting suburbs
Post-pandemic Exchange by Elle Thompson and Anureena D’costa is commended in Rethink 2025
Ingenious Rethink 2025 longlist promises better built future
Imaginative proposals show architecture's power for change
Rethink: How to sell the high street after lockdown
Four retail specialists outline their view of the future
Rethink 2025: ETH-Zürich's Chris Luebkeman on strategising for change
Chris Luebkeman puts the imperative for a circular economy
Proven ways to consolidate a practice’s early success
From promising to established: how practices make the crucial step
Come in and have a go: designing sports facilities that inspire participation
Sports facilities should be inviting, not intimidating, says RIBAJ Rising Star Felicity Meares
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