How drones and aerial vehicles could change cities

Drones, personal flying vehicles and air taxis will require the built environment to change dramatically, writes Paul Cureton – potentially ushering in new styles of building, and leading to more sustainable design…

How Covid is changing residential architecture & design

The impact of the Coronavirus outbreak is fundamentally changing the way people work, live and travel – and the aspects of life they are valuing most. Following research into the features that owners and buyers are now prioritising, Mike Storey of MSMR Architects take a closer look at the five key elements, and how best to incorporate them…

Super-Prime VR: Henry Goss on pushing the boundaries of architectural visualisation

INTERVIEW: Tech companies have been falling over themselves to deliver solutions for the prime resi industry during the Covid-19 pandemic. With buyers either unable or unwilling to visit in person, those all-important first impressions are being made online – and high-end firms need to make them count more than ever. PrimeResi caught up with Henry Goss of The Boundary, whose firm is working on two of the world’s most high-profile projects – New York’s Waldorf Astoria and Mayfair’s Audley Square House – to find out what’s happening at the vanguard of the visualisation revolution…