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Cities have so much to tell you!

03/03/2019 • Full of contrast, confronted with many challenges, cities are alive....

Norman Foster wanted to plant a Tulip in London

14/09/2019 • The City of London had approved the design of Foster +...

Six municipalities in Brussels committed to calmer streets

13/09/2019 • In collaboration with the current Bouwmeester, six municipalities have just published a guide...

How Brussels intends to develop its “sustainable neighbourhoods”

12/09/2019 • The Brussels-Capital Region is working on its own reference framework...

be.exemplary wants to seduce big private developers

08/09/2019 • Nine projects in 2018, seven in 2017 and ten in 2016. And 6.5 million...

Underwater cities? Hold your breath, it’s scheduled for 2030

07/09/2019 • The Earth, covered by 70% of water, is a huge swimming pool. In 2030, the Japanese plan a big...

Veolia tests its smart beach at La Baule

06/09/2019 • Connected lockers, a concierge app, payment wristbands… After the...

Odyssée Pleyel: a new life for an old industrial cathedral

06/09/2019 • In Saint-Denis, a former industrial building will benefit from a zero-carbon...

An urban forest and wooden buildings in the heart of the future Montparnasse...

05/09/2019 • The project of British architect Richard Rogers was selected to...

Five examples of big cities that want to ban cars

12/08/2019 • One third of greenhouse gas emissions comes from transport in the...

Soon urban forests in Paris

12/08/2019 • Urban forests on the square in front of the Paris City Hall, behind the Opéra Garnier, the...

How the office skyscraper reinvents itself

12/08/2019 • The Hekla tower at La Défense, designed by Jean Nouvel, is intended to be...

The “High Line” of London was inaugurated this summer

10/08/2019 • The Tide, an elevated arty park, opened in July on London’s Greenwich...