Who is to blame for poor doors and cores? Developers, architects, registered providers, local authorities, housebuyers? One thing is clear – it’s not a technical or regulatory requirement, writes Steve Taylor
The sudden influx of city dwellers into towns, small cities and villages can have an impact on local communities, and fears of rising house prices and gentrification are not unfounded. Chris Stokel-Walker reports.
Philosopher Mikhail Bakhtin says: "Carnival is the world standing on its head." If this year has turned the world upside down, could Carnival become a radical tool to reimagine our public realm? Rosanna Vitiello explores her Radical Rethink
Working remotely, it turns out, is more focused, customer-oriented, supportive of professional development, and less boring. But where does that leave office space and the city centre? Steve Taylor reports
These six Community Engagement projects are up for a golden pineapple and will present their approach live in front of the judging panel at The Pineapples awards for place, 12-16 July at an online event
In spite of a lack of government action, some developers are seeking to democratise public spaces, make a meaningful social impact and tackle the climate emergency – and Covid has helped gain public support