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At the St Kjeld suburb, parks and streets double up as water storage basins to prevent floods.
A reader gets all flushed and excited at a very unique artistic Kiwi public toilet.
What a great way to re-connect with the magical world created by the late, great sci-fi author.
Our columnist was breathless with excitement as she waited at the airport for the arrival of her son — after a two-year absence.
After being slammed by Hurricane Odile last year, Mexico’s resort area is slowly coming back to life.
Shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival 2014 Awards under the Health category, Socso’s rehabilitation centre in Malacca is a new take on government buildings.
Natural features in the city form an aesthetical bedrock for transit architecture.
Visiting namesake cities of his hometown – across the continents – was on this writer’s travel bucket list for years.
The social fabric of China's countryside is being ripped up and torn apart, and villagers are demanding that the government do something about it.