We no longer need to rely on the individual capability of people to read plans or imagine the spaces based on the pictures or verbal descriptions.
How should "citizen-sourcing" initiatives be designed, to enable positive interactions and transparency?
When deciding if they should live with or fight the floods, Australia and many other countries can learn from the Netherlands.
Cities contribute more than 80% of global GDP, but how can they attract innovative and sustainable businesses?
What do the movie studio Pixar and the Empire State Building have in common? Professor Bent Flyvbjerg shares principles of good project management.
What does an academic with a Google Scholar citation score of over 67,000 think about the impact of his career?
This week: a discussion with Bent Flyvbjerg on the factors that lead projects to fail, whether big or small, and the research-based principles that can make them succeed.
Demographic time-bombs and super ageing societies - what does it all mean for countries with falling birth rates?
The smart city has been the dazzling promise in urban planning for the last 20 years, but is the idea failing?
What does life look like for a 36 year-old Sydney resident in 2036?
By the turn of the century 100 working-age Chinese will have to support as many as 120 elderly Chinese.
Consumer expectations are changing due to a growing awareness of our impact on the planet. What does life-centred design offer organisations?