From smart cities to conscious cities

We have used economics, creativity, and technology to shape the built environment. Now it is time for science to become the final piece of this puzzle.

Decades of research by cognitive scientists and recent advancements in the neurology of brain imaging and data visualisation technologies have allowed us to develop a new language for understanding human behaviour and experience in the built environment. Cognitive neuroscience – the scientific study of the biological processes and aspects…

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Innovation is the catalyst for change

Having a voice is one thing. Making sure it is heard is an altogether trickier business, even if you are a world-renowned architect responsible for… Read more »

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Smart cities need intelligent infrastructure

Cities are under a lot of pressure. Once upon a time it was perfectly acceptable for global metropolises and the buildings they comprised to stand… Read more »

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Smart buildings get sensitivity training

Investors have long recognised the importance of London as a global hub for tech, but there has been far less recognition of how relevant tech… Read more »

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