Architecture

5 ways anti-homeless architecture is used to exclude people from public spaces
Homelessness

5 ways anti-homeless architecture is used to exclude people from public spaces

Benches, spikes and potted plants are all used as anti-homeless architecture to make public spaces hostile for some of society’s most vulnerable people

Social housing in Norwich could win a coveted architecture prize next week
Housing

Social housing in Norwich could win a coveted architecture prize next week

The 105 energy efficient homes for social rent on Goldsmith Street tackle fuel poverty and are up for the Royal Institute of British Architects’ prestigious Stirling Prize

Robin Hood Gardens: How the housing of the future became a relic of the past
Housing

Robin Hood Gardens: How the housing of the future became a relic of the past

Robin Hood Gardens in east London was an experiment in communal living but less than 50 years later a slice of it is now a museum piece. Architect Sam Jacob tells The Big Issue what this says about how we want to live

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