The future of Prague is written in its streets, says former New York City Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan
Architecture fans commemorated 100 years since the birth of Karel Prager with the Archirun race. Run, jog and walk with CAMP next year
Respect to living nature as bedrock for urban development. The architect of Norweigian micro cabins about sustainable care for our landscape
We're interested in building to last, says Stephen Bates of the London-based Sergison Bates Architects
Prague is full of contradictions, says world-famous photographer Iwan Baan. His series Prague Diary will be exhibited at CAMP since May
Glass spiral in Osaka. Apropos Architects studio wins the architectural competition for the Czech national pavilion for EXPO 2025.
“The crisis is teaching us to transform cities at a faster pace. People share a common goal and are coming together,” says Andrew Tuck, editor-in-chief of Monocle magazine
Who will be transforming Sherwood and the Main Station building? The five finalists competing for the Nový Hlavák project have been named
Brutalist buildings pulsate to the beat of K-pop, and a mock Paris comes alive with indie tunes. Listen to architecture in the coolest music videos
Prague should be developed based on hard facts and data, not impressions, says Zdeňka Havlová, head of the Office for City Analysis.
The best place to swim used to be the Vltava River. In their glory days, Prague’s floating lidos were a step ahead of Europe