The UK’s first man-made freshwater public bathing pool is an excellent example of  “lively, enjoyable public spaces are the key to planning a great city.
BY Steve Napier | Aug 27, 2015 | Urban | 0 COMMENTS
London is already too small to accommodate its working population—is it too small to sustain its position as an important global business destination?
BY Steve Napier | Aug 27, 2015 | Urban | 0 COMMENTS
Model villages came in a variety of shapes, sizes, and architectural styles. But perhaps of more interest are the social ideals that underlay these communities. 
BY Steve Napier | Aug 25, 2015 | Urban | 0 COMMENTS
Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientists reveal an astoundingly organic relationship that binds people with their physical surroundings.  
BY Steve Napier | Aug 25, 2015 | Urban | 0 COMMENTS
A research programme and report explore the future of green infrastructure in the design and function of cities.
BY Steve Napier | Aug 25, 2015 | Urban | 0 COMMENTS
"The public identity of our cities has been eroded and private capital has come to dominate."
BY Richard Francis-Jones | Jan 04, 2015 | Urban | 0 COMMENTS

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