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If autonomous flying vehicles, such as cargo drones and flying taxis, have the capacity to disrupt how we move goods and passengers around urban space in the near future, we need to start planning for that...

Cars took centre stage in planning cities in the 20th Century. But should urban planners and architects now put the bicycle centre stage when designing our cities and the buildings in them?

Home on the ice is the strategic hub for scientists from New Zealand and across the globe to carry out some of the most important research in the world

The 2019 Workplace Survey report from leading global design firm Gensler provides critical insights into what today's workers want, and need, to perform their best

Is Aprilli Design's Autonomous Travel Suite the future of business travel? It's a new form of hospitality that merges ...

CBS 60 Minutes interview from 1987 gives a fascinating insight into the man and his work at the time the Louvre Pyramid was under construction

Telescoping outer shell at this New York arts centre can deploy from its position over the base building and glide along rails onto an adjoining plaza

500 optic dendrites protrude from aLL's new Neuron Pod at Will Alsop's RIBA award-winning Blizard Building. But what exactly is it? Watch ... and all is revealed.

Double leaf design for the replacement footbridge at Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter is reminiscent of modern yacht masts or the wings of a large seabird

Imagine driving in to work to find your usual carpark has morphed into an urban farm? It might not be that crazy an idea as cities respond to changing technology and social preferences.

The Interlace apartment development in Singapore offers affordable housing, and features stacked building blocks in hexagonal pattern.