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Gehl focuses on how the built environment connects to people’s quality of life. Gehl is based in CPH, NY and SF, we create ‘cities for people’.
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Working towards Child-Friendly Cities, this is essential reading with perspectives and practice from around the world. Inspiring work
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Gehl Jul 17
Cars - the tail that wagged the urban dog! Cities edition presents perspectives and imagery on the legacy of auto-orientated planning and thinking for the future. Thought-provoking, it certainly got us debating here!
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Gehl Jul 16
Catch up with the discussion on the Cities for the Future: Where life meets design podcast. with Jan Gehl
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Gehl Jul 11
Out Soon! Soft City by Gehl Creative Director David Sim is the story of how to build denser and more diverse places that enhance the everyday life of people. Available for pre-order now, out August 20
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Gehl Jul 9
New plans for Auf AEG in were presented last week including 800-900 new homes - the culmination of a co-creative process reimagining this 8600 sq meter former industrial site as a people-first place. More to come on
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Gehl Jul 2
Traffic Jams! How do we stop them? It’s an old question and it’s a persistent one! In this podcast Gehl’s , Jonna Ekholm and Andreas Røhl give their take and lessons learned from Copenhagen.
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Gehl Jun 25
Fast action in , Germany where temporary pilot projects kicked off discussions as to what public life could be, before a competition for permanent change.
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Gehl Jun 24
We’re looking for a Data Analyst & Product Manager with dynamic software development skills and a data science background to join our Innovation Team in Copenhagen. Read the full description and apply via the link
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Gehl Jun 24
Today, our friends at the DK release a new idea catalogue for cycling. Check out all the know-how and thinking behind the many aspects that make up a successful cycling city.
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Gehl Jun 19
Replying to @john_bela
And if your interested to learn more about balancing iconic waterfront renewal with urban resilience read 's blog 'Urban Adaptation meets Human Dimension in San Francisco'
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Gehl Jun 19
Creating resilient waterfronts has shot up the priority list of many cities globally as the immediate effects of climate change become a reality. has led our work in this area – join him & panellists exploring San Fran’s future
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Gehl Jun 17
Today presented a new vision to transform one of 's most central streets to become a people-first, green public space. Exciting prospects with
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Gehl Jun 17
Replying to @ummocrono
Rethink and remodel, yes, but this requires support. We would argue that solutions like those proposed, first making pedestrians and cyclists visible/ supporting their daily experience is an important initial step to build momentum/evidence in a broader conversation of change.
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Gehl Jun 14
Can a better understanding of the built environment help us to design foodscapes for healthy eating habits & ultimately good everyday lives? We're investigating with in London. Read more
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Gehl Jun 13
At , Gehl’s described our current work on how the built environment influences obesogenic food behaviour in two wards of London. Insights on circularity with Clementine Schouteden & planetary health diet from EAT’s
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Gehl Jun 12
Replying to @NorthSide_DK
As part of the engagement process, hooked up with creating this sunny pilot outside the festival entrance
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Gehl Jun 12
Replying to @citiesforpeople
Following our latest running blog, valuable insights from Baltimore on the power of running to catalyse social change and how runner's presence contributes to perceived safer streets for all
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Gehl Jun 11
Run Forrest run! Our latest blog looks at running in the city, its contribution to public life and its use in urban strategy. How is running perceived in your city?
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Gehl Jun 11
We’re leading the visioning process and masterplan of Trælasten in Aarhus, Denmark with , BRIQ Group, . All housing, shops, offices and public space are aiming for gold standard!
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Gehl Jun 6
Think, create, act! Great format across the 17 in this beautiful and inspiring new book via Life Publishing. Welcome to the Gehl library!
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