No guilt trip: In space-starved cities, a 'fairer' type of home sharing emerges
Spaniards say tourism is leading to overcrowding in cities and pushing rents higher, could it be time for a fairer home-sharing model?
UK's Stonehenge solstices to be visible worldwide with live streaming
The live-stream was devised to give more people access to the sight
Robot bricklayers to 3D printing - how tech can transform housebuilding
Nearly 90% of the world's cities cannot provide affordable homes for their citizens
Affordability, tradition dampen Bangladeshi demand for storm-proof homes
"The aim was to design resilient floating homes that enable families to stay and survive the aftermath of extreme flooding"
OPINION: Why digital land rights records matter: Lessons from Cyclone Idai
The loss of public records and personal documents following the disaster, is already having a tremendous impact on recovery efforts
Clashing tribes and shrinking grassland as Kenyan airport sparks property boom
The clamour for land in and around Isiolo airport is pushing farmers further from their traditional grazing land and fueling historic conflicts between tribes, they say
Before raid, 'seasteaders' planned floating resort off Thailand
Advocates say floating communities in international waters offer a way to explore alternative societies and governments beyond the borders of countries
Thai death penalty threat over floating home sparks 'seasteading' debate
Thailand's navy towed to shore a floating cabin and charged a U.S. citizen and his Thai girlfriend with violating Thai sovereignty, punishable by death penalty or life in prison
U.S. military advances sprawling mission to quell housing-safety scandal
Some service families were fearful of career retaliation if they spoke out about housing hazards
Laos has 'mortgaged' future at expense of people, U.N. expert says
Government policies have paved the way for investments in mining and agriculture but have placed greater pressure on land and impoverished communities, said the U.N.