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British Blind Sport, UK Deaf Sport and national disability charity Sense have launched a joint venture called Sensory Alliance, designed to break down barriers to ... More
Denmark-based urban planning and architecture practice Lendager Group have won a contest to build the UN17 Village, a residential community which incorporates all "17 of ... More
A new report from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has been created to highlight the effects of "overtourism", also helping the world's cities ... More
Officials in Manchester have revealed plans to create a city-wide cycling and walking network made up of more than 1,000 miles of routes – including ... More
Giving town and cities more powers to decide over taxation and public spending could improve public health across the UK, an influential new report has ... More
Not many visitor attractions can say they’ve operated through and survived two World Wars and had Queen Victoria come to visit, but the Isle of ... More
STA
STA
Copenhagen-based design studio Kvorning Design and Norwegian advertising agency Vindfang have won a competition, organised by Museums in Sør Trøndelag (MiST), to develop a new ... More
International architects Henning Larsen have won a hard-fought competition to design a 16-acre masterplan for the mammoth mixed-use Belfast Waterside development in the Northern Irish ... More
Noma, the two-Michelin-star restaurant regularly ranked as among the world’s finest, has reopened in Copenhagen last week after relocating to a new home designed by ... More
European Swimming Federation LEN has released new minimum Learn to Swim standards to ensure young people are taught the same skills regardless of the country ... More
Russian virtual reality company Anvio VR has announced plans for a global expansion, starting in London this February, before rolling out its free-roam VR experience ... More
Lifestyle hospitality developer SACO Property Group has acquired its ninth site as part of the ongoing expansion of its Locke aparthotel concept. Whitworth Locke will ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London has won the Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize; one of world’s leading awards for landscape architects. The park's ... More
Danish architects COBE have won a competition to transform Cologne’s old industrial harbour into a lively and sustainable neighbourhood with a huge waterfall and a ... More
Leading Danish scientist Tina Ibsen has called for planetariums and science museums to use a re-emerging popularity in space to draw young people into STEM ... More
Wexer Virtual has opened a new central London headquarters as the virtual fitness provider seeks to scale up its offering to new and existing partners. ... More
Bjarke Ingels has insisted that his unorthodox buildings "are not just for fun", and demonstrate how architects can respond to new development restrictions in unique ... More
The year ahead promises much excitement in the world of leisure architecture and design. New designs will be unveiled, ongoing projects will take shape and ... More
Alliance Leisure
Alliance Leisure
Playing football for a few hours per week can counter the bone-weakening side-effects of prostate cancer treatment, according to University of Copenhagen scientists. A study ... More
Copenhagen Gate will be an elevated bike track and pedestrian bridge running between two skyscrapers and suspended a dizzying 65m (213ft) above the city’s harbour ... More
Reaching its conclusion yesterday (21 October), the CyArk 500 annual summit has brought together top names from across the heritage sector to discuss future strategy ... More
Scientists in Australia have hailed a ‘major breakthrough’ which could lead to drug treatments which are able to mirror the health benefits of exercise. Research ... More
Just two weeks of not using their legs causes young people to lose a third of their muscular strength, placing them on par with someone ... More
Leisure architecture projects from the likes of Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, BIG and Populous have made the 2015 shortlist for the World Building ... More
Following an epic week at MIPIM, the 25th MIPIM Award winners were announced last night – 12 March. Leisure architecture once again proved to be ... More
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