Andrew Mackenzie on what HASSELL does differently.
John Worthington explores the widening scope of work that architectural education and design potentially prepares current practice to embrace.
SueAnne Ware explores the notions of site and place that design and public landscapes grapple with.
In this chapter, Elizabeth Farrelly discusses the role of design in recapturing the dignity and glamour of transport and transitional spaces.
Justin Bergman considers the making of the modern city in China, where urban spaces are growing faster than anywhere on earth.
Rachel Hurst considers what motivates a practice like HASSELL to expand its creative and ethical concerns to an extensive range of activities beyond ‘building things’.