For decades, sports infrastructure has been in an escalating race to deliver ever-more elaborate, costly and ostentatious venues that deliver the best fan experiences. For wealthy nations, this is a legitimate choice but for the less wealthy, it is not an option.
Peter Jenkins describes how a new metro system will alleviate congestion and pollution in the capital of Bangladesh and stimulate economic prosperity.
Building Services engineer Diarmuid Reynolds explains how ten years of research has closed the knowledge gap in global office energy use.
Garry Wilding assesses the seismic shift in the retail industry in recent years and how a global pandemic, technology and the economy has changed the way we shop.
Glasgow Queen Street, the third busiest station in Scotland, has been redeveloped to support greener travel, increase its capacity and celebrate its city.
The making of a super-hospital: the 13 year journey to design and deliver The Grange University Hospital, Gwent
Bristol studio chair Nick Fairham makes his top five predictions for next year.
Nick Durham, head of the Cardiff studio, outlines how the shift to hyper-local high streets, sped up by the Covid pandemic, offers a boost to wellbeing, communities and local economies and a chance to reinvent urban design.