The Second Bicycle Architecture Biennale launched in Amsterdam this June, featuring an array of cutting-edge bicycle infrastructural projects from around the world. But how useful are they for citizens not blessed with a bike friendly city?
This year’s California wildfires are a case in point. How did modernization facilitate this disaster, and what can be done to remedy this perfect storm?
For the school project in Ulyankulu, JEJU.studio focus primarily on a nature-centered design that involves ventilation, water infrastructure, and local materials.
Interview with Mitchell Joachim, the co-founder of Terreform ONE, about questions of resilience, the imaginative power and designers-as-inventors.
Nairobi-based urban planner Constant Cap states that the coronavirus crisis could give African cities like Nairobi a good opportunity to re-think their urban planning and development by putting people’s needs in the centre of attention.