Tiny Home Village in Eagle Rock better than tents Critics of tiny homes wail. But Eagle Rock village is better than tents and offers hope Observer's Review: The Marshall Building, London The LSE’s new $192m project is a triumph of multipurpose design, be it for study, work, sport or music, and whose playful asymmetries only add character to its structural heft Richard Rogers' thrilling legacy The Guardian's Oliver Wainwright assesses Richard Rogers Impact A House for Artists - a perky, punchy affordable housing in London Substance, spirit and a sense of community distinguish this block of rental flats for cash-strapped creatives in Barking east London, designed by Apparata, with a little help from Grayson Perry Design Ideas for the Post-Pandemic Public Library The ongoing coronavirus health crisis has challenged library administrators to rethink the library experience for residents as well as for library staff The Observer reviews Frank Gehry's Luma Arles Gehry’s crumpled metal tower is the glittering icon of a new cultural campus in the south of France where high ideals and extravagance feel at odds Economic benefits of walkable places There are many benefits of building walkable places, backed up by research and common sense, to the point where explaining and distilling these advantages may be difficult What can the workplace learn from lockdown? Hames Sharley recently surveyed all staff across their six studios to investigate the impact of working from home and the lessons that could be translated back into the workplace. Why Circular Cities Play a Critical Role in Restoring Ecologies Cities are powerful engines of economic growth; however, they also have an enormous footprint — consuming over 75% of natural resources, producing over 50% of global waste, and emitting between 60-80% of greenhouse gas emissions How FOMO Is Driving People Back to the Office As vaccines continue to roll out, companies across the globe are taking a hard look at how to safely bring their people back together. How can design help alleviate overcrowded emergency departments? Hames Sharley Project Leader, Cheyenne Lee, explores how a more holistic design approach will alleviate overcrowding in Emergency Departments across Australia Frank Gehry Toronto Condo Towers moving forward After more than eight years of discussion, Frank Gehry's project is advancing. Sales on its condo apartments will begin in 2022. A building as big as the world: the anarchist architects who foresaw endless expansion Italy’s Superstudio collective warned against rampant development by imagining one continuous structure stretching around Earth. But did their warning actually inspire new Saudi plans for a 100-mile linear city? Assault on Sacred Architecture In this essay in Common/Edge, Michael J. Crosbie talks about the response to the Capitol attack that demonstrated that even civic buildings can inhabit the realm of sacred architecture
Waiting for Godot: The New Penn Station’s New Train Hall Penn Station’s New Train Hall Is Only a Start. But at Least We’re Starting. A grand entrance to a rail system that needs much more.