Four types of placemaking

Four types of placemaking

Future Cities Will Be Living, Reactive & Think for Themselves

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The Cities Summit, organised by RE.WORK, will take place over two days on 4-5 December, at The Crystal, London, and will showcase the opportunities of accelerating technologies and their impact on our urban areas.

By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities. What will this…

I was part of the speakers line up last year. Pass by if you have the chance.

uneven-growth:

El Campo de Cebada, a place in the center of Madrid managed by its own citizens. 

uneven-growth:

El Campo de Cebada, a place in the center of Madrid managed by its own citizens. 

City by Numbers: Big Data and the Urban Future
Wish I could…with Shannon Mattern, anthony Townsend, Malcolm McCullough, Mark Shepard, Laura Kurgan,…

City by Numbers: Big Data and the Urban Future

Wish I could…with Shannon Mattern, anthony Townsend, Malcolm McCullough, Mark Shepard, Laura Kurgan,…

dailyoverview:

10/6/2014
Brighton Pier
Brighton, England, UK
50°48′59″N 0°08′14″W
Brighton Pier, also known as Palace Pier, is constructed off the coast of the English city of Brighton. Extending 1,719 feet (524 meters) into the English Channel, the structure contains numerous restaurants, rides, and roller coasters.
www.overv.eu

dailyoverview:

10/6/2014

Brighton Pier

Brighton, England, UK

50°48′59″N 0°08′14″W

Brighton Pier, also known as Palace Pier, is constructed off the coast of the English city of Brighton. Extending 1,719 feet (524 meters) into the English Channel, the structure contains numerous restaurants, rides, and roller coasters.

www.overv.eu

Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology (Neil Postman)

Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology (Neil Postman)

The technological society (Jacques Ellul)

The technological society (Jacques Ellul)

Hybrid Space - the internet is leaving home

cityinterface:

A befitting description of current interactions with technology and geography becoming a blurred experience.

Uneven Growth
Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities
Uneven Growth, the latest exhibition in MoMA’s Issues in Contemporary Architecture series (which also includes Foreclosed and Rising Currents), addresses this increasingly inequitable urban development.

Uneven Growth

Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities

Uneven Growth, the latest exhibition in MoMA’s Issues in Contemporary Architecture series (which also includes Foreclosed and Rising Currents), addresses this increasingly inequitable urban development.

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