The Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts

Redevelopment of Burlington Gardens The RA has always been pretty pleased with itself. Now, having spent £56m expanding into what was the Museum of Mankind, and increasing its size by 70%, it could writhe with insufferable smugness. We are told that there will be free areas to which the public...

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Bridging the Property Gap:: London newest Walking and Cycling bridge to come to Battersea

Bridging the Property Gap:: London newest Walking and Cycling bridge to come to Battersea

One World Design has granted the design license to Wandsworth Council pro-bono to help hasten the progress of the Diamond Jubilee Bridge project. The bridge itself is a walking and cycling bridge between Battersea and Chelsea Harbour. It was originally proposed to be just for pedestrians when it was first...

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The state of EVs today

Between the Hyundai Kona electric, the Nissan Leaf, and of course, the Tesla Model 3, electric cars with usable real-world ranges are no longer just for the rich. Each of these models can drive well over 100 miles on a full charge for a price around £30,000. Of course, premium...

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Badajoz Carnival

Badajoz Carnival

Unbeknownst to many is the plucky province of Badajoz that sits snuggly next to Portugal inside the south-west border of Spain. Its eponymous capital is steeped in a rich history of conquest, culture and creativity, the latter of which goes on full display during the Badajoz Carnival in February. Originally...

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