In our Annual Review of 2019 we look at how the work we do supports the Place Principle.
Seestadt: How Shared Mobility is helping create high density, high quality living with a focus on sustainable travel - blog by Marian Marsh
Places shape our behaviour, and that behaviour over time becomes culture: Christopher Martin asks how we translate self interest to societal good?
The climate emergency means the need to deliver against net zero targets - the UK’s electricity networks are key to delivering this for the country.
Doctor Kristiina Erkkilä will speak at the Education Buildings Scotland Conference and share lessons on co-creating learning spaces in the community.
An interview with Lene Jensby Lange, founder of Autens, a leading Danish consultancy dedicated to re-imagining education.
The ambition for Scotland's Learning Estate Strategy is to improve outcomes for communities by connecting People, Place and Learning
In this blog Landscape Architect Amber Roberts explores how city-planning scale now influences all aspects of design in the city of Toyama
Amber Roberts blogs about how Japan explores a bottom-up urban design development of Sugamo Jizo-Dori in Tokyo Japan.
The Garden of the Senses: Amber Roberts is a landscape architect - in this blog she writes about age-friendly design in Stockholm - a caring place.