Driverless cars will have unavoidable implications for the built environment and for the people navigating through it. John Eddy explores these possible changes to safety, mobility, and the shape of our cities.
As the damaging health effects of sedentary lifestyles become increasingly clear, medical professionals, designers, and policymakers are paying more attention to the role of the built environment.
Despite its straightforward, playful appearance, a new installation on the Université de Québec à Montréal campus required sophisticated engineering.
Friction between clients, designers, and contractors often results in significant cost and schedule overruns. Sandra Akmansoy discusses the critical need to improve this dynamic.