David Roberts and Elaine Kuok live in a different neighborhood every month without having a home of their own. This is the second of five portraits of people who are pioneering new ways of living in cities.
The first portrait shared on this blog was on
Living in net cafés
This is part of
Home Economics, presented at the British Pavilion at the Venice architecture biennale 2016.
How we live now‘ of The Guardian
The art of
how to call a taxi in 25 cities around the world.
26 February 2017
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Amsterdam, Bangkok, Barcelona, Budapest, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Cusco, Dubai, gesture, Hanoi, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Kathmandu, Lisbon, London, Marrakech, Melissa Locker, Mexico City, New York City, Paris, Prague, Rome, Siem Reap, St. Petersburg, Sydney, taxi, taxi cab, Tokyo, Ubud |
An OP-DOC by independent film maker Jason DaSilva on how difficult it is to navigate NY public transport by scooter.
Marching in solidarity with the
on Washington. Impressive images! # WomensMarch
23 January 2017
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Boston, Chicago, Denver, Donald Trump, Los Angeles, marching, Miami, New York City, Oakland, Phoenix, Seattle, St. Louis, Washington D.C., Womens March
The book ‘ Never Built New York‘ is by Greg Goldin and Sam Lubell. See this image selection of unbuilt buildings and urban landscapes.
A multimedia opera on Robert Moses vs. Jane Jacobs over the fate of New York City from 1955 onwards.
The Manchester Guardian has covered the story in this