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At times, it can seem that British architect Norman Foster is responsible for a landmark on every corner of the globe.

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Norman Foster designs Monaco's new yacht clubupdated: Thu May 20 2010 12:54:00

Monaco is famed for its glamorous Grand Prix, exclusive Casino's and mega-wealthy occupants.

Will this thing even float? The craziest boats on the oceansupdated: Tue Dec 01 2009 07:35:00

From catamarans made out of plastic bottles hoping to cross the Pacific Ocean to the recession-busting extravagance of billion-dollar superyachts, 2009 has been the year of crazy boats.

Norman Foster's superyachtupdated: Mon Aug 10 2009 09:58:00

"Ocean Emerald" is a superyacht with added wow-factor. Her startling appearance has made sure of that and in real life she is every bit as dramatic as she appears in these photographs.

A wunderbar welcome in Austria and Germanyupdated: Thu Mar 05 2009 10:26:00

Many sights in Germany and Austria have been renovated in the last year or two to better display this region's rich heritage, making 2009 a good time to visit.

Beijing embraces Brave New World of buildingsupdated: Tue Jan 13 2009 11:43:00

China's new found wealth has seen an explosion in the number of new developments springing up in what is, arguably, the world's biggest building boom.

Check out your future check-inupdated: Fri Jan 09 2009 11:19:00

Space travel, security threats and increasing passenger numbers are forcing major changes in the way airports are designed.

Crunch cripples Europe's tallest towerupdated: Fri Nov 21 2008 13:03:00

Construction work has stopped on Europe's tallest building after developers said their lofty ambitions had been hit by the global financial crisis, a Russian news agency reported Friday.

The Spirit of Architectureupdated: Fri Nov 07 2008 12:34:00

In November we step inside the world of design as show host Becky Anderson searches for the Spirit of Architecture.

Is this the best building in the world?updated: Fri Nov 07 2008 12:30:00

How do you pick the best buildings in the world? And what makes them stand out from the rest?

Time.com: A Renters' Market in Londonupdated: Mon Aug 18 2008 02:00:00

The delay of a new building couldn't have come at a worse time: a rash of new office developments are hitting the UK market

Building the futureupdated: Tue Apr 01 2008 12:22:00

It's easy to overlook the impact buildings have on greenhouse gas emissions, but the places where we live and work contribute over 30 percent of global greenhouse emissions.

Bridging technology and design gapupdated: Wed Nov 29 2006 10:10:00

There can be few less glamorous modern problems in the world than traffic congestion and often the solution of a bypass displaces people, wildlife and creates a vast ugly swathe of concrete through what was once a picturesque landscape.

Sculptors put their art on iceupdated: Thu Feb 16 2006 07:53:00

The setting is a snowy valley in the Italian Alps, overlooked by the ski slopes specially prepared for the world's fastest downhill racers.

Warsaw City Guideupdated: Fri Feb 03 2006 08:25:00

Check out The Scene' suggestions for the Polish capital and send us your own ideas and suggestions below.

Madrid City Guideupdated: Fri Feb 03 2006 07:06:00

Check out The Scene's recommendations for the Spanish capital and send us your ideas and suggestions below.

Berlin City Guideupdated: Thu Feb 02 2006 09:30:00

Check out The Scene's recommendations for the German capital and send us your ideas and suggestions below.

January's show: designs on travelupdated: Fri Dec 23 2005 07:47:00

From aircrafts to airports, luggage to lounges, design is a key part of every business trip.

Putting the best to the testupdated: Fri Oct 07 2005 08:58:00

When it comes to air travel surveys, there's only issue that really matters -- which is the world's best airline?

Legislative landmark a living memorialupdated: Wed Aug 17 2005 11:36:00

The walls of the Reichstag building -- the seat of the German parliament -- in Berlin have survived wars, fires and political upheaval, although not unscathed.

Business 2.0: Millau Viaductupdated: Fri Apr 01 2005 00:01:00

Since opening a month ahead of schedule in December, the Millau Viaduct has gained international recognition as a major engineering feat and one of the most stunning bridges ever built, greatly red...

Business embraces Euro-skyscraper updated: Tue May 25 2004 10:12:00

Like other European metropolises, London has relatively few high-rise office buildings compared to cities in the U.S. and Asia. But it is catching up.

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