Dinosaur statues, painted mushrooms and a giant Yabba Dabba Do sign are some of the attractions the upscale suburb residents want removed.
It takes 15 minutes to walk the 650-metre twisted path to the top. The reward is a 360-view above the treetops.
Our interview with architect Peter Fisher of Bennetts Associates on the combination of beauty, sustainability and technology.
Situated on the southern tip of Norway, the restaurant looks like a large concrete tube partly submerged in the North Sea. It is called Under, which also means "wonder" in Norwegian.
Our interview with Austrian architect and former ski-jumper Chris Precht.
Could rice husk be a solution for the poorly-housed around the world?
Her French vintage glass shades gets instantly sold-out.
The EU funded Inception project is developing a cultural and architectural heritage data base using 3D tools which everyone from academics to tourists will be able to access.
Floors, stairs, entire buildings built by 3D printers. Smart Regions travels to The Netherlands to see how the technology is reshaping the way we construct.
It just got the coveted BREEAM certification.
In this episode of Focus we travel to the outskirts of Dubai to visit a community at the forefront of environmentalism and sustainability.
Dachas, traditionally a small summer cottages, have through the centuries become a real institution for Russia's mainly urban-dwelling population.
Rostock describes Dubai as a 'melting pot' and says working in the city back in 2005 was like being in the Wild West
Our interview with Philippe Madec, the French architect calling for the end of concrete monoculture
Drones, VR, AI, 3D printing and scanning: how can all these new technologies help design the buildings of tomorrow? In search of answers, architects have teamed up with engineers and their findings have been shared at an exhibition in Copenhagen.
Euronews' Marta brambilla Pisoni reports from Matera as the city gears up for its opening ceremony as European Capital of Culture 2019.
The exhibition focuses on the theme 'Imagining the Future City'.
It's like being a privileged castaway.
A true democratisation of resources.
The art of reusing shipping containers.
A guide to old and new in Genoa, Italy
Taiwan’s National Kaohsiung Centre for the Arts is said to be the largest performing arts centre in the world.
India on Wednesday (October 31) inaugurated the world's tallest statue, a $400-million effigy of independence hero Vallabhbhai Patel that towers nearly twice the height of New York's Statue of Liberty.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, in Zhuhai city, that connects the east and west sides of the Pearl River Delta in South China will officially open on Tuesday.
Cheaper to manufacture, less damaging on the environment, and with better insulating properties - these are the aims of European research into the world's number one building material.
Built as a casino and hotel in 1899, the building later became an orphanage which housed about 5,800 minority Greek children before closing its doors in 1964.