The last 50 years has seen a rapid increase in extreme weather events, with this summer alone subject to a number of highly publicised ocean storms, wildfires, droughts and flooding. Scientists warn that these kinds
For decades, the high street has been declining. This is because of the economy, demographic changes and, most recently, Covid. The number of retailers forced to close on the high street has reached a five-year
Last week I attended the second UK Real Estate & Investment & Infrastructure Forum (UKREiiF) in Leeds along with more than seven thousand visitors. Agents, developers, investors and council leaders gathered to discuss the issues
As if to prove a point that politicians can sometimes be guilty of robotic delivery when making speeches, the start of the year saw UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt enlist an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool to
In my quest to find the answers to the question: “How has Africa influenced Britain’s architecture/built environment?”, I found my writing torn in two different directions.
To illustrate, I recently discovered the use of ‘Iroko wood’
Muhammad Khan, Studio Director at SGP, looks at how mentoring is a vital tool in creating a successful practice. From bridging the gap between the theory and practice of being an architect, to supporting inclusivity
British influences on architecture in Africa are easy enough to spot, but what influence has Africa had on the architecture of Britain?
For my MEng 4th year dissertation, I conducted some research into vernacular and modern
Kenny Leadbeater, Associate at SGP, looks at how the production and disposal of electric car batteries can marry form and function to produce a building where the leading edge technology inside is reflected in the