"Architecture is a hollowed-out profession with architects seemingly less vital than ever"
As architecture has evolved it has become detached from an understanding of construction and engineering that was once at the profession's core, writes Eleanor Jolliffe. More
"Personal data could be a vital tool in designing our cities"
The Cambridge Analytica scandal revealed how personal data is being mistreated. But used responsibly, this information could be hugely beneficial for developing our cities, says Eleanor Jolliffe. More
"The political influence of the family home should not be underestimated in Israel/Palestine"
Opinion: in the ongoing Israel/Palestine conflict, the most mundane forms of architecture have become political and ideological battlegrounds, says Eleanor Jolliffe. More