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Cities have so much to tell you!

03/03/2019 • Acting for cities also means acting for and encouraging culture, art,...

Mushrooms for construction

01/07/2020 • Everybody knows that in the Smurf village housing are mushroom huts....

Cycling in Budapest has become a reality

01/07/2020 • How to prepare for a future where it is likely to be difficult to be...

Transition at UCLouvain: using collective intelligence

24/06/2020 • The role of Marthe Nyssens is unique in the world. In fact, she is...

Amsterdam and the Doughnut theory

22/06/2020 • The capital of the Netherlands has adopted an ambitious post-Covid economic...

Krakow tackles pollution

22/06/2020 • The City of Krakow has recently stepped up initiatives to reduce air pollution....

A shopping trip to Galeries Lafayette in Luxembourg.

20/06/2020 • For the past few months, a sumptuous faceted diamond has adorned the...

Covid and the rail network: what will be the long-term impact?

18/06/2020 • What will the post-Covid railway look like? Conversation between the head of construction,...

Düsseldorf: a mountain in the city!

18/06/2020 • On the Gustaf-Gründgens-Platz, in the heart of the city, stands a...

Vancouver district returned to indigenous people

18/06/2020 • The City of Vancouver has taken on a significant challenge: building...

Utrecht is creating Europe’s largest pedestrian residential urban area

18/05/2020 • Welcome to Merwede, a former industrial district located in the heart...

Architecture adapted to the hearing-impaired

18/05/2020 • According to the World Health Organisation, some 5% of the world’s...

Even concrete is alive!

18/05/2020 • What if we used bacteria in construction? We are not in a remake of a bad...