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Joined-up air travel Last month I saved Patrick, a rugby-loving bar owner in a village I know in France, from a minor disaster. He had bought flights to see France play Scotland at Murrayfield next weekend, which involved arriving at London Luton and then flying from...

Pedestrians, bicyclists, and scooter riders know all the notorious spots where gusts rush down tall buildings and blast down streets — around South Station; on the Freedom Trail at Beacon and Tremont streets; and, perhaps the most infamous, near the base of 200 Clarendon, previously...

Lone Star College System is planning to build a Drilling Services Technology Center on Humble Road in Tomball. (Rendering courtesy Lone Star College System) The Lone Star College System’s Drilling Services Technology Center is anticipated to open in January 2021, a delay from the previous September...

Volkswagen is taking the unusual approach of teaming up with an architect and design firm on a project that reveals the radical changes being made to the world’s countryside.Volkswagen experts have enlisted architect Rem Koolhaas, and AMO, a research and design studio for the Office...

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab – Wang Hall. Photography courtesy of R.Skaltschmidt. Thanks to the efforts of more than a century of blood, sweat, and tears—not to mention legal battles, aesthetic genius, and spectacular projects—African American and black members of the architecture and design professions are more...