The Urbanist – Health and the city in 2020

Andrew Tuck is joined by Carolyn Steel, author of ‘Sitopia’, and urban epidemiologist Tolullah Oni, who unpack the lessons for our cities from 2020....

The Urbanist – Tall Stories 237: Home

Andrew Tuck shares his thoughts on one place we’ve all come to know a little better this year.Source by Monocle 24: The Urbanist

The long term impact of the Olympics

“The biggest single investment in art and culture since the Great Exhibition” is how Lyn Garner, Chief Executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation,...

The Urbanist – The Book Club: Part Two

We look at the history of our cities and how they’ve evolved with Ben Wilson’s new book ‘Metropolis: A History of the City, Humankind’s...

The Urbanist – Tall Stories 236: Umlauftank 2, Berlin

We stop by the ‘Pink Pipe’, a strange piece of Berlin architecture originally built for naval research.Source by Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Building more homes won’t bring prices down

Building more homes will do nothing to solve Britain’s housing affordability crisis, according Peter Bill, co-author of ‘Broken Homes – Britain’s Housing Crisis: Faults,...

1 Finsbury Avenue (1FA)

The refurbishment of 1FA - one of the most highly regarded office buildings within the City of London - creates a new destination with...

The Urbanist – Tall Stories 235: The American suburb

Monocle’s Henry Rees Sheridan explores how we define the American suburb, with Jed Kolko, chief economist at Indeed.Source by Monocle 24: The Urbanist