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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,...

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...

A psychiatric hospital rocked by the waves

14/05/2020 • A therapeutic space that looks more like an artist’s workshop than a hospital? Enter the...

Transparent wood? Touch wood!

14/05/2020 • In 2018, the FAO estimated that the sales of wood-related products...

Covid 19 could have a positive impact on city management

20/04/2020 • In addition to the superhuman efforts that are being made to stem the pandemic, some American...

Will the cloud replace the good old desk?

20/04/2020 • After several weeks of teleworking because of the global crisis, it...

Carlo Ratti: urban vineyards in Milan

03/04/2020 • Winner of a competition for urban innovations, the architect Carlo Ratti will...

Will wood break the codes of real estate?

03/04/2020 • The Maritime Station at Tour & Taxis, the Erasmus Garden district in...

Rudy Ricciotti: the soul of concrete

30/03/2020 • A tireless controversialist, Frenchman Rudy Ricciotti is the pioneer...