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PRE-IDENTITY vs POST-IDENTITY Architecture for renovating Fukushima Master in Architecture - Kengo Kuma studio Winter 2013 - 東京大学 The University of Tokyo Exhibited in Space 222 DUE 2014 - Tokyo, Japan · Project description A massive change of scale. Architecture Graphics, Architecture Student, Architecture Drawings, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, Architectes Zaha Hadid, Gfx Design, Graphic Design, Collage Drawing

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Satellite image of Greater Buenos Aires at night Fractals, Places To See, City Photo, Urban, Night Lights, Nasa, Cry, Catalog, Heaven

Urban sprawl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Satellite image of Greater Buenos Aires at night Fractals, Places To See, City Photo, Urban, Night Lights, Nasa, Cry, Catalog, Heaven

Urban sprawl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The curse of urban sprawl: how cities grow, and why this has to change

The total area covered by the world’s cities is set to triple in the next 40 years – eating up farmland and threatening the planet’s sustainability. Ahead of the latest Urban Age conference, Mark Swilling says it is time to stop the sprawl

So Much For The Death Of Sprawl: America's Exurbs Are Booming Millennial Generation, Child Friendly, Urban Legends, Real Estate Marketing, Great Places, City Photo, Death, Community, America

So Much For The Death Of Sprawl: America's Exurbs Are Booming

It’s time to put an end to the urban legend of the impending death of America’s suburbs. With the aging of the millennial generation, and growing interest from minorities and immigrants, these communities are getting a fresh infusion of residents looking for child-friendly, affordable, lower-density living. We first noticed a takeoff [...]

Could the city where the architect fully realised his modernist vision provide the template for India’s future urban growth? Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier, Chandigarh, Marina Bay Sands, Urban, House Styles, City, Building, Travel

Le Corbusier’s Chandigarh: an Indian city unlike any other

Could the city where the architect fully realised his modernist vision provide the template for India’s future urban growth?

Stuart Jeffris, In praise of dirty, sexy cities: the urban world according to Walter Benjamin. Rue de l’Amandier in Marseille, Photograph: Adoc-photos/Corbis Rich Image, 1920s Art Deco, City Illustration, Historical Art, New City, Dieselpunk, Photo Library, The Guardian, Rue

In praise of dirty, sexy cities: the urban world according to Walter Benjamin

Seventy five years after his death, the Marxist philosopher’s passion for the seedier, messier delights of cities such as Marseille and Moscow are a stark reminder of how sanitised today’s urban environment is becoming

Urban age is a worldwide investigation into the future of cities, organised by LSE Cities and Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society. Its anniversary debates are held in conjunction with Guardian Cities Council House, World Cities, Sustainable Development, Slums, Public Transport, The Guardian, Countryside, Sustainability, Rio De Janeiro

Urban age at 10 | Cities | The Guardian

Urban age is a worldwide investigation into the future of cities, organised by LSE Cities and Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society. Its 10-year anniversary debates are held in conjunction with Guardian Cities

The densest cities can be the most efficient, lively and sustainable – but only if they boast effective management and design to minimise overcrowding and pollution. London School Of Economics, Mughal Paintings, Political Science, Google Images, Videos, Sustainability, Times Square, Public, Street View

How connected is your city?

The densest cities can be the most efficient, lively and sustainable – but only if they boast effective management and design to minimise overcrowding and pollution.

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National Planning Framework for Scotland

Guidance for the spatial development of Scotland to 2025

A total of 1152 new homes a year are now being built in Edinburgh ' nowhere near enough to meet projected demand. New Builds, Edinburgh, The Past, New Homes, Meet, Building, Pictures, Photos, Buildings

Housing crisis grows with 16% drop in new builds

THE number of new homes completed in Edinburgh has dropped by 16 per cent in the past year, despite an increase in Scotland as a whole.

Kuala Lumpur: a city in traffic gridlock, striving for sustainability Old Train Station, Kuala Lumpur, Public Transport, Geography, Sustainability, Mansions, House Styles, City, Villas

Kuala Lumpur: a city in traffic gridlock, striving for sustainability

Some 1000 cars a day are registered in the Malaysian city. Its authorities are keen to make public transport more appealing

article by Pietro Nivola, Senior Feloow, the Brookings Institution, The Public Interest, Vol. Brookings Institution, Dolores Park, Public, Europe, Holiday Decor, World, City, Travel, Fall

Are Europe’s Cities Better?

article by Pietro Nivola, Senior Feloow, the Brookings Institution, The Public Interest, Vol. 137 (Fall 1999)