Nash’s retail-led plan for central London made a lasting contribution to urban form. Can the newly complete Liverpool One do the same, asks Ian Ritchie?
As Architecture Today celebrates twenty years and 200 issues, we asked ten prominent architects to identify the key issues of the last two decades – and to speculate about the next.
There’s more to concrete than cement, aggregate and water: nanotechnology is beginning to offer a wide range of possibilities.
By reducing the amount of cement and increasing the amount of recycled or waste aggregates, significant improvements can be made to the environmental credentials of concrete production.