Yet another guess-the-place game caught by Atlantic Cities: LocateStreet gives players multiple choice and several play options.
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elcasc is a sociocultural renewal project set in Villena, Spain, which aims to investigate and transform aspects of the historic city centre’s social and urban fabric. Over the course of 10 days in the summer of 2013, from july 29th to august 8th, a 200-strong multi-disciplinary group of students and young professionals from around the world will descend upon the town and work together to devise and deliver a series of low-cost architectural, artistic and cultural interventions that draw on and celebrate the city’s local heritage and socio-cultural patterns.
Una forma muy gráfica de ver como la burbuja inmobiliaria ha destrozado nuestro paisaje y nuestros pueblos…
En Nación Rotonda podemos ver con estos deslizantes el antes y el después de toda esta locura sobre muchos núcleos.
IMPRESIONANTE! toda una lección de ANTIURBANISMO
The smart city has become a buzzword in urban planning and university engineering departments, and a topic of breathless coverage in science and business magazines. But as political leaders, engineers, and environmentalists join the smart-city bandwagon, a growing chorus of thinkers from social sciences, architecture, urban planning, and design are starting to sound a note of caution. Though they share enthusiasm for what a smart city could do, they also point out that smart-city programs couldâwith little public oversightâput us on track to an oversanitized, high-surveillance, serendipity-free urban future that not everyone thinks is ideal.
Good article with great insights on some of the problems I have with the mainstream idea of smart cities and the role of technologies in urban living.