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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,...

© Ronni Kurtz

Barcelona: heading for a green city

28/04/2021 • Following the first lockdown in 2020, the municipality realised that its public parks –...

Research: bricks from cigarette butts

28/04/2021 • Students at an engineering school in Melbourne recently published a...

© Foster + Partners

Switzerland: bringing social ties back to where they no longer existed

30/03/2021 • Here is a great idea that brings human activity back into the centre of a city,...

Research: a “miracle” concrete to cool buildings

30/03/2021 • To face global warming, with heat waves becoming more frequent and intense,...

Milan: renovate, improve and innovate

29/03/2021 • In an old abandoned building, the renovation focused on the knowledge...

HÅVN - Nieuw Zuid © Triple Living

HÅVN: Scandinavian harmony and excellence in Antwerp

26/03/2021 • Scandinavian architecture never ceases to seduce Belgium. In recent years, many projects...

Paris entre quartiers © Carlo Ratti Associati

When architecture builds bridges between different worlds

26/03/2021 • An office building will create a symbolic link between two...

Liget Budapest © Sou Fujimoto Architects

Budapest: the largest urban cultural development programme in Europe

26/03/2021 • The Hungarian Music House will make it possible to exhibit, listen to and learn music at the...

© Torino Stratospherica

Turin: an old tram line transformed into a public park

18/03/2021 • The Precollinear Park, modelled on the New York High Line, is the result of the...

Cango © Hahbo

Belgium: a service residence in your garden

18/03/2021 • How to reconcile family, proximity and autonomy? Belgian designers and...

Belgian Women design

18/03/2021 • With Wiki Women Design, the Flanders Architecture Institute wishes to...

Women’s place in Europe’s architecture

15/03/2021 • On 8 March 2021, ARVHA (the French association for urban and...