Architecture and the coronavirus. Navigating the crisis, coming up with creative solutions
Ways for specifiers to keep it all Covid-clean
Counter-Covid products are still very much in demand
Regional differences complicate post-Covid construction picture
From Truro to Tyneside societal changes show different needs
Our chance for a sprint towards change
Post pandemic, we must speed up our plans to make a better world
Planning consents: places to manufacture a vaccine, hold a ceilidh, and live
Five notable schemes that recently cleared planning permission
Construction insights for product manufacturers
How is architecture responding to Covid-19 and Brexit?
More products to keep you virus-free when out and about
PiP’s latest counter-Covid shopping list
News catch-up: Quids in over covid
Practices made furloughed staff keep working; Covid and Brexit bite
What will happen to the office? The evidence
What is its future role and what will city centres look like?
Covid has shown why we always need social architecture
How architects can facilitate a National Food Service
News catch-up: stepping back from the slums?
Plus David Adjaye’s Royal Gold Medal, Foster is chipper and the RA’s Indian summer
RA summer exhibition shows the world before lockdown
Calm, community – and Covid: Eva Jiřičná’s Architecture Room
Behind the lilong door of Neri and Hu
What are these renowned but private architects doing during the pandemic?
Covid-19 lessons feed hospitals rethink
Resilience and flexibility key to new healthcare design
Peter Hendy, Network Rail’s man in the driving seat
Network Rail chair understands public transport from the inside
Rethink: how stadium design is evolving for post-Covid events
What will going to the match be like – when we finally can?
London becomes an open book in alternative Open House
Alternative guide to London offers unexpected insights
Keeping the studio alive as architecture schools reopen
How are architecture schools managing as students return
Rethink: How Covid is rearranging the design of homes
Huge improvements in domestic space are possible – and necessary
Fees are static – but that’s good news
Architects are holding their own in the face of Covid-led recession
How come house prices are going up as the economy goes down?
Who are the winners and losers in the housing market?
Access and accessibility are more important than ever to achieve real inclusion
How can we close the widening opportunity gaps?
How to mix safety and welcome as spaces of social infrastructure recover from Covid-19
Ideas for combatting lockdown loneliness safely
Students and architecture assistants hit back at Covid disruption with Plan B
How five young architects-to-be made the most of lockdown and what they are doing next
Boijmans Ahoy thrilling drive-in exhibition recharges Dutch art museum
Art lovers view suspended works from coronavirus-ready electric cars in Rotterdam
Active ceramic tiles break down air pollution and bacteria
‘Smog-eating’ technology suitable for any building finish
Recovery needs a stronger home improvement fix
Greater repair, maintenance, and improvement answers many pressing issues
Is green design a priority in a post lockdown world?
Why this is the moment to legislate on environmental performance?
What next for community after Covid?
Real people have been wonderful in this weird world. It really is time we shared the spoils better
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
Delight beats dystopia in this year’s Eye Line
Lockdown effect evident in drawing competition entries – and entrants
Alan Dunlop conveys life and vitality in his Lockdown Sketchbook
Practitioner, 2nd winner: Alan Dunlop, Alan Dunlop Architect Ltd and professor of architecture
Bold and thoughtful Rethink 2025 shortlist opens real possibilities
An enlivening shortlist and two brilliantly presented special mentions
Construction is ready to build build build – with government support
Political backing for construction is vital
Lifts, aircon and basements: CIBSE advice on Covid danger areas
How to keep building services safe
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