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Kristine Engemann 13h
Copenhagen, Denmark's capital, have just decided to transform one of it's major roads into a new urban park to improve green space access. Very cool!
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Aseem Inam 7h
Beyond EuroAmerican-centric urbanism: Three tendencies that, taken together, can serve as basis of an emergent paradigm of in the and as starting point for research on differentiated urbanisms. via
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hackney tours Dec 3
Very interesting: 15 minute cities; the future of work; night time economies; Windrush celebration; diverse culture and all the ways we connect to each other and create communities.
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Dave Proudlove Esq. Sep 30
Is a concept whose time has finally come?
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Mark Boyd Dec 1
Not sure how long since the change, but loving the new colour scheme at Moore Street Substation (purple replacing yellow and red). Still think it’s , but it’s much nicer lipstick!
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Jean Carlo Figueroa Santamaría Nov 25
Talking with David Weber, head of Smart City Zurich.
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Middle Class Urbanism Maputo Dec 3
Azza Mustafa Babikir Ahmed of and on in : “What real estate developers do not understand is that Island’s waterfronts are not empty spaces where they can simply land and start building resorts, malls, and clubs.”
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Jaimie Ferguson Nov 25
I’ve seen a fair bit of scepticism around the Green Book appraisal changes but the shift towards delivery of local policy objectives, not just value uplift, has to be a good thing for regeneration areas
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Russell Manthy Nov 25
New book, ‘Metropolis,’ looks at cities throughout history, exploring how the past can inform our rapidly urbanizing future
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Claire Ebert Dec 1
Happy to have been part of this collab with and co authors, building bridges between archaeologists and other social scientists interested in both past and present
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Samuel Oer de Almeida Nov 30
Exciting new volumes in an equally exciting series!
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RAIC | IRAC Nov 25
December's Webday Wednesday explores the relationship of the profession and the innovation in Canadian Urbanism. Register for the monthly series and get one webinar FREE. Learn more and register here:
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Century Group Nov 27
Today is your last chance to register for the webinar: A Sense of Place - Buyer Sentiment and Consumer Demand on Nov 30, 2020. Century Group's Vice President of Development, Bob Ransford, will be on the discussion panel.
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Mikael Colville-Andersen Nov 26
The Underused Waterways of - and hundreds of other cities. On the youtube channel. Crazy how we neglect the usefulness of our rivers, canals and harbours.
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Steven Pedigo Nov 30
“How many opportunities in a lifetime do you have to help shape the future of a major city?” A nice look back from on Tony Hsieh's efforts to transform downtown
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15-Minute City Nov 30
A call by and Robb Barnes to "marry the best of the past with forward-looking design” to implement the in , via
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Washington Housing Conservancy 24h
A wonderful profile on professional and his experiences while serving the specific needs of the community. Profile and links to his YouTube video series via .
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Sharvi Jain Nov 26
Dedications can oftentimes set the tone for a book. Pictured here is one from “The Death and Life of Great American Cities”. I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed after this!
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Planning Tank Dec 3
Sustainably-sourced materials are usually light. via #Town#Planning
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Dr. Teale Phelps Bondaroff 18h
Excited to join the team! helps build community and we need community now more than ever!
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