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Profiles in design: Plumbing engineer Sebastian Lopez

Starchitects aside, we hear little about the individuals whose cumulative decisions shape the built environment. To peer behind the curtain of today’s design field, we’re asking engineers, architects, policymakers, and…

Profiles in design: Structural engineer Matt Clark

Starchitects aside, we hear little about the individuals whose daily decisions shape the built environment. To peer behind the curtain of today’s design field, we’re asking engineers, architects, policy makers, and…

Thoughts on the dynamic cities sector

After spending more than a decade in government and real estate development, Brian Swett recently joined Arup in the role of Director of Cities and Sustainable Real Estate in the…

Should architects be citizen scientists?

After working in architecture for over a decade, Darrick Borowski, principal of New York–based firm ARExA, found himself increasingly interested in the relationship between design and broader natural systems. He…

Sound bites: Extending the life of oil tanks

For our Sound Bites series, we're asking designers and other experts what they consider the most important ideas affecting the built environment today and in the future. Arup's Cameron Dunn…

Sound bites: Material, shape, and structure

For our Sound Bites series, we're asking designers and other experts what they consider the most important ideas affecting the built environment today and in the future. Here, Mark Bowers…

Sound bites: Buildings and wellness

For our Sound Bites series, we're asking designers and other experts what they consider the most important ideas affecting the built environment today and in the future. Pallavi Mantha discussed…

Sound bites: Keeping rail passengers safe

For our Sound Bites series, we're asking designers and other experts what they consider the most important ideas affecting the built environment today and in the future. Steve Clark explained…