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The fee squeeze: sector dictates whether your fees will rise or fall

Private housing pushes up fees as falling commercial work post-lockdowns exerts downward pressure

24 November 2021

Book reviews

Andrew Saint’s virtuoso urban history celebrates the grand civic structures built to tackle poverty in 19th century London, writes Otto Saumarez Smith

Andrew Saint’s atmospheric account of how building helped improve life for the poor

At more than 3,000 pages, Sub-Saharan Africa: Architectural Guide is a discourse-shaking new study that should influence future conversations

A discourse-shaking new study of Sub-Saharan Africa

Homs-based architect Marwa al-Sabouni has found the same ‘sense of deprivation and alienation’ in Western cities as in her own. She spoke to Pamela Buxton about her book Building for Home, which looks at how to rebuild after crises

Homs-based Marwa al-Sabouni explores how the built environment can help mend society

Provincial Britain's dramatic emergence from medieval society to industrial powerhouse is charted in this book of maps and city scenes

Medieval to industrial: ancient drawings chart how towns changed

Yes – there is hope we can escape the worst of global warming, but technical fixes are the easy bit

How can we change political thinking?


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