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Future of Labs
Changing technology, work-life balance and growing competition for expertise will shape labs of the future.
Campus of the Future
An examination of the key trends and forces shaping the future of higher education campuses.
Climate Change and Ocean Health
A set of Drivers of Change cards specially curated by Tim Jarvis, environmental scientist and explorer.
Rethinking Urban Mobility
Rethinking Urban Mobility presents three questions that will shape the future of transport in cities.
How the inventions behind bitcoin are enabling a network of trust for the built environment.
Future of Project Management
A compilation of best practice, emerging trends, and forward thinking on the future of project management.
Exploring the Future of African Cities
Africa is expected to be the most rapidly urbanising region on the planet between 2020 and 2050.
Future of Retail
The role of the retail store is changing, creating a new focus on transparency and sustainability.
A short film examining the possible directions in which the world is heading.
Technology Timeline 2017
Interactive pdf which showcases 20 emerging and future technologies with a high disruption potential for the AEC industry.
Future of Libraries
In a changing world, the role of libraries to catalyse community cohesion and wellbeing is more important than ever.
Extreme diversification of working styles and patterns is reinstating the workplace as a destination.
An Introduction to Corporate Foresight
Introduction to corporate foresight, including key principles and methods.
Drivers of Change: mobile app
Explore the most impactful trends shaping the future of our urbanised world.
The Circular Economy in the Built Environment
The circular economy model aims to decouple economic growth from resource consumption.
CC Aurelien Guichard
Future of Transport: UK
A set of 50 informational cards describing trends and issues shaping the future of transport in the UK.
Illustration by Andrea Pozzi © Arup
Cities Alive: Towards a Walking World
Cities Alive: Towards a walking world highlights the significant social, economic, environmental and political benefits of walking.
Animation, report and illustration exploring how buildings in our cities could look and function in 2050.
Lù Jiā Zuǐ 2025
‘Lujiazui 2025’ aims provide an innovative thinking for Lujiazui’s regional development and future innovation.
Future Air – Knowledge Cards
Future Air knowledge cards summarise current challenges, efforts and solutions around air pollution in China.
The Cities Alive workshop cards are designed to explore issues that will shape the future of cities.
Research exploring the future of public, academic and corporate libraries.
Rethinking the Factory
As the world of manufacturing changes, the planning, construction and operation of factories must also change.
Cities Alive: Rethinking the Shades of Night
Radical new approaches to urban night-times are imagined.
Future of Urban Water
A publication exploring trends and scenarios for the future of urban water utilities in 2040.
Hunstanton School ©John Maltby
New Brutalist Image 1949-55
Part of the series BP Spotlights
Future of Highways
A publication examining global megatrends and their likely impact on the future of highways.
What does GDP mean?
A publication introducing diagrams of the UK economy using Arup’s 7see model.
Future of Rail 2050
A publication about the future of transport with a specific focus on rail.
Sydney Opera House © Max Dupain
Building the Sydney Opera House
An exhibition about the achievements of those involved in completing the Sydney Opera House.
The Garden Bridge © Arup / Heatherwick Studios
Cities Alive: Rethinking Green Infrastructure
A research programme and report, which explores the future of green infrastructure in the design and function of cities.
Museums in the Digital Age
A publication exploring how technology will transform the museum experience.
Shaping a Smart Shanghai
A workshop report highlighting the key issues that would help to shape the vision of a “smart” Shanghai.
Talk on the future of the workplace, highlighting trends in people, technology and spaces.
Arup Explores Arduino
A workshop series examining materials, trends and technologies that may affect the future of the built environment.
Traces of Peter Rice
An exhibition celebrating the life and work of Peter Rice, one of Ireland’s most pioneering structural engineers.