How housing insecurity in the cost of living crisis is impacting the mental health of students.
Big Sleep Out: 'It's a mandate for action'
More than 100 million people around the world have no place to call home. The World’s Big Sleep Out aims to make a difference.
The cult of young homeowners
Artefact delves into the ‘cult’ of homeownership, those hoping to buy and the reality that many of us will be renting for the foreseeable future.
London's nightlife under threat
How the legal licence struggles of London’s Fabric nightclub, Artefact asks whether the capital’s nightlife is under threat.
Regeneration: Whose problem?
Uncovering the issues surrounding gentrification and the future of housing in London.
Artefact joined the march against the government’s proposed housing bill.
How bad is a bad student house?
There are currently more students living in the UK than ever before. Luxury halls are springing up all over the place, but student landlords seem to be taking advantage.
Osborne's review reviewed
We examine what fuckery George Osbourne has planned for us in his latest spending plan.
Life on the water: London's houseboat community
As affordable housing becomes increasingly scarce, what is it really like to live on the water?
Malta's fading glory
Over-development on the coast of Malta and lack of building restrictions are suffocating the classic beauty of the island.