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Before Facebook, iPhones and President Trump, all our focus was pinned on the millennium
A decade ago an architect considered what the world’s chief deliverer of presents might want.
Looking at racecards for the 2017 election reminded Building again that the past is a foreign country. The following predictions proved wide of the mark…
This week, Building does that thing where you go back in time and smile wryly at what people in the past thought the future would be like
As parties promise infrastructure work if they get elected, Building looks back to the last time the country experienced a public sector spending spree
This might not be the most ancient of archive pieces but the project it describes shows great respect for Victorian architecture
Building hasn’t spent a lot of time in Soho over the past 175 years, so we decided to look back at an unusual theatre project in London
As we look at how Manchester city centre has been transformed, it is impossible to overlook one of the city’s most famous buildings, One Angel Square
A glance far back in time reveals workers determined to raise their pay amid a burgeoning trade union movement
Cost overruns at Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant in Somerset come as little surprise given the project’s history of funding delays
As we look at the Conservative pledge to boost 100 struggling conurbations with the Towns Fund, Building experiences a sense of deja vu
While consultants this year grapple with uncertainty and the gradual slowing of the economy, looking back to 2014 brings on nostalgia
A few years ago Building interviewed a resident of the south London borough who escaped to a remote destination
Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium has made it into this year’s Building Project of the Year shortlist, but it’s not the first football ground to feature
Young quantity surveyors faced opportunities two decades ago that would make many graduates today jealous.
In 2011, Building reported on SMEs’ battles to gain credit – it might strike a chord with businesses facing slowing investment in this week’s piece on financing
As the venues being constructed for the Tokyo 2020 near completion, we look back on the problems that hit the Rio Olympiad in 2016
As we look at the progress of space tourism, the archive revealed what lunar holiday resorts could look like – don’t expect any Jacuzzis or all-inclusive cocktails
The UK version of New York’s High Line has a lot to live up to, as shown by an interview about the famous regeneration project
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