Architecture and the coronavirus. Navigating the crisis, coming up with creative solutions
Top 5: Intelligence stories 2021
Rising Stars winners, how to decarbonise home extensions, the practices that set up during Covid and more
In association with NBS
Guerrilla Tactics: Collaboration is good for everyone
New ways to collaborate spark novel opportunities and approaches
Practice benchmarking shows profits holding up despite falling revenues
Agile profession is ready to get busy
Contractor and sub contractor insolvency: What to look out for and action to take
The end of Covid business support threatens a spate of insolvencies. How to be prepared
Material concerns and labour pain: is construction facing a major crisis?
Brexit, Covid – and the retirement of the ‘Loadsamoney’ generation
Fear and roving in the housing market
There’s more than the pandemic behind a changing sector
Do post-pandemic homes need the return of the porch?
The house of tomorrow might best be served by adding a porch
Supply problems and apparent decline don’t spell disaster
Supply problems – look deep into the data for the real economic story
International opportunities will continue to bloom despite Covid setbacks
Despite the pandemic there will still be plenty of overseas work for UK architects, particularly in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa
Media storm breaks over parched Marble Arch Mound
MVRDV gets defensive and government memorials under fire
Pandemic has forced us to reinvent the outdoors
Restrictions on indoor hospitality have raised questions over what constitutes an outdoor structure
Data-led intuition is the key to designing for the digital age
Digital innovation will lead a revolution in the design process
Industry faces a titanic struggle for skills
Who wants a job in construction? And who will train them?
Will lockdown’s work patterns help construction harness the full benefit of technology?
The industry has the chance to get up to speed with BIM
Opportunities for design as coastal towns eye staycation revival
Opportunities for architects open up by the seaside
News catch-up: Post-Brexit rules to impact construction material shortage
Government struggles to combat materials and staff shortages
Practical steps back to a changing office
Studio, staff and sums: factors for the architect’s post-pandemic office
Market analysis: How Red Wall construction could affect voting
How might changing rates of construction in England’s regions influence voting behaviour?
Counter-Covid products to help vanquish the virus
PiP checks what might be flying off the shelves
Must we always be there to make a site inspection?
Virtual inspections carry benefits we’ll keep
Can planning design policies adapt to pandemic changes?
Are planning policies flexible enough to adapt to pandemic changes?
In association with Geberit
Geberit poll finds staff willing to return to offices but only if they feel safe
Touchless technologies and easy-clean washroom designs are key to building confidence
Copenhagen’s liveability put to the test
How has Copenhagen's acclaimed urban planning model fared during the pandemic?
Architect’s safer schools guide aims for clarity and joy
Guidance offers post-Covid promise too
Mixed messages on housing amid stamp duty pressure
Architects chipper despite slowing house sales
In association with Renson
Up in the air: Ventilation in the wake of Covid-19
Renson stresses importance of robust ventilation strategy to building design
Why tackling the boring tasks can pay dividends for your practice
Unleash the power of a spreadsheet
News catch-up: practice shamed into reversing order to work from office
Staff balk at being ordered into office despite soaring Covid levels
One year's occupancy required for RIBA Awards entries for 2022
RIBA president Alan Jones: Lost year of 2020 allows awards criteria reset
In association with UCL The Bartlett