Architecture Historian and director of the New Town International Institute believes that public space is essential to recognize the diversity of society.
Nigel Thrift, professor of Human Geography, spoke with Suzanne Hall about Cities in the Anthropocene and took part in the Seminar on this subject and from a Mediterranean perspective, which brought together several experts at the CCCB.
The sociologist Suzanne Hall spoke with Nigel Thrift about Cities in the Anthropocene and took part in the Seminar on this subject and from a Mediterranean perspective, which brought together several experts in the Sala Mirador at the CCCB.
Even though «the myth of terrible urban vulnerability endures» cities are much more robust entities than they are usually given credit for, continually being re-placed by activities of maintenance and repair.
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"When I started working on projects designing public space for children I always asked myself the same question: here I was like a child, instinctively finding out the basics of good urban design: green, open space, and close to home. "
The project rethinks a city motorway to make a civic axis with crossroads transformed into squares. A new strategy for neighbourhood-based urban planning, in favour of transversal movement of local reside, based on focuses, methods and instruments that intelligently inform the urban project.
What is a healthy city? How do we measure it? And how healthy is Barcelona? This documentary in the Soy Cámara series sets out to find answers to questions related to the impact of today’s urban model on the physical and mental health of citizens.
Special Mention in the 2018 Prize, Silver Lion at the 2018 Biennale di Venezia and finalist of the Mies van der Rohe Award, this building testifies to the power of projects that skillfully combine the existing fabric with new elements. It also provides an argument for collective work involving...
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