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02 Jul 2015

Sculpture By The Sea Is Thriving On The Coast Of Denmark

Next year Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney will celebrate its 20th anniversary. It’s been

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01 Jul 2015

New Visions Of The City Through The Arts

David Banks was one of two winners of our Active by Design IdeasTap competition with

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01 Jul 2015

How Public Transport And Bikes Can Co-Exist On Streets

A design solution known as the “floating” bus stop is gaining attention in U.S. cities.

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01 Jul 2015

International Meetings For Innovations? Refreshing Helsinki Has It All

In its annual survey of the most popular cities and countries in the world for

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01 Jul 2015

Megacity Drought : Sao Paulo Withers After Dry ‘Wet Season’

Exceptional drought, extreme temperatures, unprecedented drops in reservoir levels and threatening water shortages for millions

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01 Jul 2015

Driverless Pods Could Reduce Traffic Congestion In India

This futuristic “personal rapid transit” network would deliver passengers right to their doors. Now they

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30 Jun 2015

8 Amazing Artificial Arbors Across The World

For years, humans have been making weird trees out of bottles, stoplights, padlocks, and all

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30 Jun 2015

Why Sydney Risks Becoming Disposable City For The Rich

The New South Wales government has announced plans to sell off the Ultimo site of

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30 Jun 2015

How Uppsala’s Rainbow Powerplant Warms The Community’s Hearts

The city of Uppsala invited BIG to design a biomass cogeneration plant that would offset

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30 Jun 2015

How Income Gap Is Different From Wealth Gap

David Leonhardt of the Upshot summarised a work from economist Stephen J. Rose as follows:

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30 Jun 2015

Nature Doesn’t Need People, People Need Nature

Mother Nature Speaks and Millions are Listening. Since 1987, Conservation International has been working to

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29 Jun 2015

No Cities, No Sharing Economy

Since the first rumblings of Uber and Airbnb, the so-called “sharing economy” has expanded rapidly,

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29 Jun 2015

Why Top Executives Insist On Sustainable Buildings

In 2000, sustainable building practices were thought of as “nice to have” policies that were

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29 Jun 2015

The First Ever Formula-E Championship

“LONDON, UK (June 28 2015): Nelson Piquet Jr. is the first Formula E champion.” The

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29 Jun 2015

Even The Pope Gets It – Carbon Markets Won’t Fix The Climate

Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment has quickly made him one of the world’s most

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29 Jun 2015

A Tale Of The Best Shopping Cities In The World v1

From New York’s Fifth Avenue to the world’s largest mall in Dubai, these are the

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27 Jun 2015

Stacking Cases For Street Park Conversion To Bike Lanes

San Francisco is moving forward with a plan to add protected bike lanes on Polk

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26 Jun 2015

25 Breathtaking Restaurant Experiences You Shouldn’t Miss

There is an old cliché in real-estate saying “Location, location, location”. This usually refers to

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26 Jun 2015

How Spaces Of Resilience Begins With Spaces For People

People need public spaces in bad times as well as good. Public spaces are very

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26 Jun 2015

What’s The Perfect Size For A City?

The world’s cities are sprawling over their boundaries, fragmenting into smaller parts run by competing

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26 Jun 2015

Cities’ Past, Its Undoing Or Its Foundation For The Future?

In the last 50 years, the preservationist movement has become powerful—maybe too powerful in a

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26 Jun 2015

Why Building With Wood In The Future, Has A Future

Vancouver-based architect Michael Green was unequivocal at a conference at which I heard him speak

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