Diverse Perspectives, Inclusive Spaces
Race and the built environment
Why we need a better understanding of ‘race’ and its impact on the built environment.
Why LGBTQ+ spaces are vital in London
LGBTQ+ spaces are a vital lifeline for community, social infrastructure and support. Now we’re in danger of losing them.
Reinvigorating local economies through Universal Basic Services, not income
Providing universal services – rather than a universal income – could be the key to reducing income disparity and social unfairness.
Solving the challenges of rapid urbanisation in Mongolia
The gleaming skyscrapers of Ulaanbaatar are surrounded by the yurts of the ger suburbs, creating unusual challenges for city planners.
Papered spaces: New ways of seeing colonial architectures
The lived experiences of colonial architectures are often overlooked – but research on colonial ‘paperworlds’ sheds light on these spaces.
How can we tackle spatial inequality in the UK?
The UK2070 Commission on spatial inequality recommends a radical approach to create a fairer and stronger future.
Preserving precious memories in London’s Jewish East End
A new interactive memory map is helping to preserve the unique history of London’s Jewish East End.
The City of Ladies: Reinterpreting heroic womanhood
Christine de Pizan’s 15th-century celebration of heroic womanhood, The Book of The City of Ladies, is reinterpreted for the 21st century.
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