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Proving roads and urban planning can be as divisive as walls: twenty years since the peace process began Belfast remains a city disunited
As part of an ambitious masterplan for Colin, Belfast, Hall McKnight’s transport hub is hoped to catalyse regeneration of the hitherto neglected, dislocated and disconnected city fringe
ZUS: ‘the end is not the end’Subscription
ZUS remain resilient and resistant under the threat of reflex demolition, marking out their own spaces for the city in unsolicited projects that bring life to areas made static by the city’s speculative value
Published with support from Aedas: passengers emerge through the new Hong Kong West Kowloon Station from all parts of China to be welcomed into Hong Kong’s spectacular cityscape. The views are from the roof which adds a new dimension to Hong Kong’s public realm. Main photography by Edmund Sumner
Both a ruined civilisation and the embryo of a new urbanity, this reimagined coal mine waits for a future that may never happen
Despite falling into a state of disrepair and disrepute, Sewoon Sangga remains a vibrant hub of human industry and leisure
Taking a cue from New York’s High Line, Seoul steps up a level
The control of nature promised a world transformed for the benefit of humans, but have gigantic dams drowned such hopes?
The historic context of the site demanded a sophisticated architectural treatment
99 per cent of the Norway’s electricity derives from hydropower