Making space for vulnerable people
We examine three spatial solutions that attempt to differentiate mental health services in hospital Emergency Departments.
Engagement or extinction?
Can good design help overcome barriers to engagement between universities and industry?
Balancing the books
Academic libraries are stretched to the limit, balancing financial, cultural and strategic goals to keep so many different users happy.
Places with purpose
innovation’ is all-too-familiar to us these days, but how much do we know about the physical environments that make it happen?
Designing for dignity
This research shares some considerations on how we promote dignity through workplace design, with face-to-face interaction proving to be critical.
Swarm robotics in (interplanetary) onsite construction
A reconfigurable modular swarm robotic system for
(in-situ resource utilisation) autonomous
printing in extreme environments
Superdensity: a new model for vertical urbanism
vertical streets’ be the next step in the evolution of the city?
The future academic workplace
Universities are adapting for the future of research and learning!
Not lazing, learning!
Match the way your students want to learn.
Urban housing challenge
London, Shanghai and Sydney are three cities with distinct housing models but common challenges.
Does workplace design affect employee attraction?
Design can win the war for talent!
Students want a great experience
Student expectations are changing.
Spot the difference: incubators, accelerators and co-working spaces
Places are powering next-generation entrepreneurialism.
Design matters for nurses
Stressed and burnt out, young nurses are leaving the profession early.
Investing in solutions for low carbon living
The built environment is a serious contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. We want to develop new tools to help change that fact.
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