What does the future hold for our cities?
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Americans Against the City. Anti-Urbanism in the Twentieth Century
Umm, I am really curious about this one, I should find the time…
The city that never was: Environa, Australia, a planned city that never got off the ground due to the Great Depression. The street layout shows up on Google Maps. [981x765] (x-post from r/GoogleMaps)
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Building on the success of the 2013 conference in Brooklyn New York, the 2014 meeting in Mexico City examines these questions in an international, 21 st century, globalized and fully urbanized context.
Trending timeline of future city terms based on the number of books, journals & presentations in which they appear. (Source: Google Scholar)
At this year’s Aspen Ideas Festival, a group of journalists, professors, and non-profit leaders were asked to predict the future of livable, walkable cities.
“If I could have one wish for people who live in cities, it’s that we find ways to connect back to nature, to remind [people] that nature isn’t out there—outside the cities—but right in their homes where they live.”—M. Sanjayan, Conservation…
Leo Hollis published a fantastic review of the concepts and narrative of some tech corporations (particularly, Zappos in Las Vegas) as urbanists.
Is it possible to visualize the flow of our cities? And how can it be done?
This new project from Rotterdam attempts to represent the motion of the city, creating nine videos to capture its urban rhythm.
On cities and intelligence