Sheela Shukla, interior designer, reminds us that the workforce is composed of real people with diverse needs and designers must respond to their requirements
‘The Peoples’ Project’ is Everton FC’s new home on Liverpool’s Bramley-Moore Dock. BDP Pattern’s Jon-Scott Kohli explains how the new stadium delivers benefits to the community well beyond the touchline.
Adapting an old building doesn’t come without its own set of design challenges especially when it needs to meet today’s standards and user expectations.
Tianyi Gu, architect director, explains how our plans for the redevelopment of an early 20th century power plant are set to reinvigorate an important and historical industrial area on the edge of Shanghai.
Svetlana Solomonova describes how the introduction of flexible, adaptive design before the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in an easier transition to Covid-safe environments in the higher education sector.
Human Space and BDP Quadrangle collaborated to reimagine a typical accessible suite to demonstrate how beautiful universal design can be.
Robyn Poulson explains how the award winning Centre for Creative Learning at Francis Holland School maximises , and takes the curriculum outdoors to encourage engagement with nature for a beneficial impact on learning, development and creativity.
Landscape architect Kath MacTaggart explains the value of learning outdoors.
Martin Jones considers some of the most effective ways to build access to nature into hospital design to aid recovery and wellbeing, and describes how the practice has recently accomplished this at two new, high-profile hospitals in very different settings; one in England and the other in Wales.