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11/03/2016 • With this new online version, DiverCity magazine is still evolving to...

Why build in Warsaw?

18/05/2018 • With its 500 km2 for about 2 million inhabitants, the Polish capital is sought-after by...

Coming soon in Tokyo: the world’s tallest wooden skyscraper 350 m high!

09/05/2018 • Up to what height will wood be able to compete with concrete? In Tokyo, the...

Cowboy: the bike that will change the bike

09/05/2018 • The new Belgian start-up Cowboy, partly rebuilt on the ashes of Take Eat Easy,...

Robot plants instead of urban furniture

08/05/2018 • Will the bench of tomorrow be able to grow all by itself? It will if...

How Hong Kong fights the housing crisis

08/05/2018 • In Hong Kong, available land is rare, as are affordable flats....

Will the city of tomorrow be underground?

20/04/2018 • After having conquered the skies, urbanists are now pointing their...

Children in the city: the indicator of a city for all?

19/04/2018 • Today, 70% to 80% of all European children are urban dwellers, but a...

Are cable cars the metros of tomorrow?

01/04/2018 • It is an unexpected comeback. Traditionally confined to the...

Smart Cities are developing in Wallonia

31/03/2018 • Walloon cities are also taking out the stops...

German public transport could become free of charge

30/03/2018 • While the German court opens the way to prohibiting old diesel vehicles in the city, the...

Google will build a horizontal skyscraper in London

28/03/2018 • Despite some concerns about Brexit, Google will set up its European...

Will algorithms reinvent architecture?

28/03/2018 • It is no longer a secret. Algorithms – information analysis and computing...