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Natural Urbanism May 14
Tiny parks and uses of land use. It's always fascinating how land can be used to build lives, destroy, and rearrange. The tools of land we never think about.
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Dorothy Mar 4
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そうすけ Jan 29
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Eclaireuse Jul 10
"In large part because of parking quotas, parking lots now cover more than a third of the land area of some U.S. cities; Houston is estimated to have 30 parking spaces for every resident."
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Simone Alexander May 26
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Conciencia Urbana Dec 5
Call for Abstracts! for the upcoming Conference. Dr. Leslie Parraguez (Director Conciencia Urbana) and Dr. Paz Concha are organizing a panel on "Innovative Research Methodologies of Urbanity". Submissions details below.
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Jam and Justice Jul 3
Nearly ready... Looking forward to sharing the promise and practices of co-production with old friends & new tonight, . HOW CAN WE GOVERN CITIES DIFFERENTLY?
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Konrad+King Apr 24
After celebrating at the studio we decided to head out with the team today for some . We'll be using the next year to tech / concepts that make even more relevant.
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TerreformUR 23h
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えびちゃん Jan 5
Replying to @Kanako_tktk
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Dr Clossick May 23
A for comparing streets with and without public realm improvements in London. Thanks to Prof Matthew Carmona from at the Value of the Public - the last in the lecture series.
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Kultur der Metropole HCU Jul 4
Let's talk about ! So excited to find common ground & debating ways of urban commoning at our student conference w/ & tomorrow! Our Urban Laboratory class will present their ethnographical on the everyday "common sense" of commons.
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Vancouver Strategic & Integrated Research Jun 20
The world’s projected infrastructure needs for 2050 are astounding. To accommodate the exponential growth of next-generation cities, we will need a multi-layered knowledge infrastructure and loads of imagination. .
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Momen El-Husseiny Jun 26
A question for urbanists, I have a grant & want to invest in infrastructure equipment for , 3D visualization, sensing the city (physical attributes & cognitive mapping), equipments - any suggestions would be much appreciated
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TerreformUR 18h
Celeste founded in order to make visible the extraordinary modern ruin of El Helicoide, in Caracas, 🇻🇪 ... curated several exh & co-edited Downward Spiral: El Helicoide's Descent from Mall to Prison ( 2018).
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Kit Prendergast Apr 29
I've been featured in the Canning Times ! =D “Curtin University researcher abuzz about bees”, published April 30 2019.
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JuanCruz22 Jul 23
"you cannot be for a startup, high-tech economy and not be pro-bike.” Love them or hate them, research offers financial case for big city bike lanes
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marwan Aug 10
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Kristin Berberich Aug 9
Displacement not linked to when you look at Medicaid data evidence in 🤔😯 Understanding how displacement works is "critical for building neighborhoods that are fair, affordable, and diverse for the future."
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