The late Alasdair Gray was Glasgow’s greatest writer and painter, a talent worthy of that great city, which he depicted in murals and his monumental novels.
Under capitalism private rooftop pools atop lavish apartment blocks dot the skylines of our cities – but, under socialism, the public pool could be a civic investment in the good life.
A century ago, the Addison Act made working class housing a responsibility of the state - and paved the way for the construction of hundreds of thousands of council homes.
As countries across Europe struggle with housing crises, Switzerland's innovative housing co-operatives point the way towards an alternative.
Supporters of traditional architecture tell us that they’re just giving us what we want, while taking our homes away from us.
An ambitious development in Paris might point the way forward for London’s high-rise.