What contribution does the sociologist make to the analysis of successful coexistence? Benedict Boucsein’s review of R. Sennett’s new book … More
“China envisions a vast global network of trade, investment and infrastructure that will reshape financial and geopolitical ties — and bring the rest of the world closer to Beijing.”
This Guardian Cities article on beekeepers in Ljubljana, Slovenia is stunning. Text and photos by Luka Dakskobler.
Read these three stories on Switzerland’s main road, motorway A1, as told by the director of the Swiss Federal Roads … More
Increasing passenger volumes + reduced investment and maintenance = declining performance. This equation and what it means for riders on … More
“some with a sense of adventure, others looking to save a buck, still more with no other place to go” … More
‘What Urban Stuff is Made of’ is going offline at the weekend and will be back refreshed in September. Meanwhile, … More
Read this NYT article by Ginia Bellafante on Brooklyn’s Anti-Gentrification Restaurant. A great initiative by people who are aware that … More
To know what infrastructure we need to build, we need to have an idea of what kind of world we … More
A comprehensive map of pseudo-public spaces in London published by Guardian Cities and Greenspace Information for Greater London CIC (GiGL). More … More
Made in 1971, “From 12 to 12” is a fine and unadorned document on at the time Zurich nightlife in … More
The Centre Georges Pompidou celebrates 40 years today. It was opened on 31.1.1977. Film by Richard Copans, 1997.
«The actual achievement of the city happens elsewhere. Where the diversity of life produces ruptures and problems.» «Such neighbourhoods do … More
Wünsdorf was the Red Army headquarters in Germany. Once inhabited by 75’000 Soviet soldiers and their families, it was abandoned after … More