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Brutal Vision The Story Of Economist Plaza

In 2017 The Economist will move from its home of 52 years to new offices in central London. This is the fascinating story of the iconic building we will leave ...

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Fragment del film "Blow-Up", dirigit per Michelangelo Antonioni, on surt l'Economist Building, obra d'Alison i Peter Smithson.

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The automated delivery race is set to grab the public's attention in 2017. Drones in our skies and robots on our pavements will be tested to meet ever-increasing ...

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Innovation in robotics and artificial intelligence means that workers now need to acquire new skills in order to compete during their careers. Our deputy editor ...

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In China, the Communist Party's 19th National Congress in October 2017 determines who will rule the world's rising superpower for the next five years.

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Italian neurosurgeon, Dr Sergio Canavero, believes he can successfully perform the world's first human head transplant in 2017. Within the medical ...

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In 2017, the ancient Greek Parthenon is going to be rebuilt in Germany. Argentine artist Marta Minujin will be constructing it of some 100000 forbidden books ...

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Ride-sharing could transform the concept of car ownership and even the very fabric of our cities. We take a behind-the-scenes look at how Uber and Lyft are ...

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In 2017 Russia commemorates 100 years since the Russian revolution. Maria Alyokhina, member of punk protest group Pussy Riot, reflects on what that ...

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Mickel Smithen has been legally blind since he was five years old—but that hasn't stopped him from becoming a published photographer. Discover how he uses ...

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Making waste a thing of the past, new ideas on the environment are reusing or regenerating raw materials so that they pay dividends for business as well as the ...

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World Hijab Day, the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Finland and the release of the Barbie film: our cartoonist KAL gives his take on the most interesting ...

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The government of Theresa May was thrown into disarray this week with the resignation of Britain's main man in Brussels. In this week's edition of The Economist ...

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After the festive season, January is the time to get to the gym and work off the holiday indulgences. Fitness seems to be booming, but how healthy are the ...

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The film traces the doctrine's beginnings in the radical theories of Milton Friedman at the University of Chicago, and its subsequent implementation over the past ...

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Nationalist identity politics have put the EU at risk of falling apart. What would happen if other member states decided to follow the UK out? Click here to ...

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On 24th of September 2015, past and present editors of The Economist met at UCL to discuss the recent history of the publication. They talked about political ...

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The headquarters for The Economist magazine in St James's Piccadilly in London were designed by Alison + Peter Smithson. Two small office towers rise out of ...

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Lecture date: 1991-08-02 In a talk given as part of the Summer School schedule, Peter Smithson discusses the Economist Building. Alison and Peter Smithson ...

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Congress Plaza Hotel Chicago. Halloween 2016. Visiting room 666. Staying in room 441.

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