With podcasts growing massively in popularity, Vicky Richardson asks which are the ones championing interesting conversations around architecture.  There are currently 720,000 podcasts, according to the podcast production and hosting service Blubrry with the number expected to reach a million by the end of the year. Their popularity is...

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The UK’s only pitch for the built environment will launch on February 26th when seven individuals will pitch their ideas and projects to a panel and a live audience at the Building Society, central London. The seven pitchers looking for investment, land or partners are: Vicky Richardson, Max De...

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If you think the world needs improving, you need to do something about it, says Gus Zogolovitch I have set up several businesses but my most relevant experience was when I set up a financial technology business (and found out that you shorten everything in the tech world –...

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The year has not begun well for small developers and self-builders. First, the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan has been forced to backtrack over his small sites policy. The ambition contained in the Draft London Plan was to make smaller, mainly publicly owned sites available to small developers. He wanted...

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Tate St Ives exhibition of one of the pioneers of constructivism, Naum Gabo, brings together sculptures, paintings, drawings, and architectural and public projects. The model for his ‘ideological contribution to Constructivism’ that flanks the De Bijenkorf department store in Rotterdam will be on display for the first time, demonstrating...

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