Would the Sydney Opera House be considered as timeless if it was turquoise, or the vast wall of the Hoover Dam as robust in red? Would Rome’s Pantheon still be regarded as resplendent if its iconic dome had been completed in pink?
KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) staff member Kenneth Morton travelled to South Korea in March to assist with the ParalympicsGB skiers at the Paralympic Winter Games. We caught up with him to find out more about his role at the Games and his incredible experience.
Soil conditions may have been responsible for hundreds of deaths following September’s deadly earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.
During a thirteen-day trip and among bustling shops of Fukuoka, Japan, Dr Mike Brown from Civil Engineering visited a Starbucks store unlike any other, designed by acclaimed Japanese architect and designer of V&A Dundee Kengo Kuma.