• Destruction of Memory review

    Tim Slade’s film, based on Robert Bevan’s 2006 book of the same name, documents the cultural destruction that has wrought catastrophic results across the world. It’s a must-see, says Veronica Simpson

  • Community-led Regeneration

    Community-led schemes are increasing and covering a wide variety of projects, thanks to more interest in participation and cuts to public-sector funding

  • Brief Encounters

    Veronica Simpson takes a trip to Venice and despite all the tourists declares it a very liveable city

  • Brighton Rocks

    We discover that the south coast city of Brighton is the vanguard of sustainable and innovative design that is inspiring a new breed of eco enterprise

  • Veronica Simpson discovers the benefits of thinking outside the box

    In her own column, regular FX contributor Veronica Simpson attends a Permaculture design workshop

  • Wild about design

    We go to the country for a breath of fresh air and to see what magic design and architecture is weaving to enhance the view.

  • Veronica Simpson encounters Connection Crew

    Veronica Simpson meets a company that’s a familiar sight working at design events, and whose business model committed to social equality has something we can all learn from.

  • Blueprint innovation: 16 interviews with international architects

    We asked 16 international architects what innovation means to them and why it is important to their work. Including: Paola Antonellli, Shigeru Ban, Odile Decq, Liz Diller, Andre Fu, Jeanne Gang, Reinier de Graaf, Francine Houben, Kengo Kuma, Tom Kundig, Daniel Libeskind, Nieto Sobejano, Michael Pawlyn, Monica von Schmalensee, Aaron Taylor Harvey, Sarah Wigglesworth

  • Blueprint innovation: Engineers + Architects

    Innovative design and computational technologies have helped to generate a far more collaborative and mutually enriching way of working between architects and engineers. Zaha Hadid director Patrik Schumacher and BuroHappold’s Wolf Mangelsdorf invite us in on a conversation charting this evolutionary trajectory

  • Blueprint Innovation: Architects + Research

    Research and practice have rarely had much to do with each other in architecture. But an increase in the number of practices, of all sizes, whose investment in research has paid off not just in enriching their working environment but also in the scope and scale of their paid projects, could signal a welcome sea change