Cutting Carbon Footprint | Heated Sidewalks

Our friends at Atlantic Cities have written about the conflict experienced by smokers who would like to stay warm outside (alongside the restauranteurs who want their business) and environmentalists who see heated sidewalks… Continue reading

Bioconcrete

We found this great story at our friends over at This Big City. Dutch researchers from Delft Technical University have been working on this project since 2006. Henk Jonkers, a microbiologist, and Eric Schlangen, a… Continue reading

Can non-Europeans think?

What happens with thinkers who operate outside the European philosophical ‘pedigree’? There are many important and active philosophers today: Judith Butler in the United States, Simon Critchley in England, Victoria Camps in Spain,… Continue reading

Nairobi Vision | Henning Larsen

The vision for the Nairobi Greater Metropolitan Region was to strengthen the identity of the Kenyan region thereby creating the basis for growth and development in the area. This project by Henning Larsen… Continue reading

Benefits of Urban Agriculture

Transforming underutilized land into productive urban farms is an issue which was presented by Jerome Chou, past Director of Programs at the Design Trust for Public Space at Kansas City Design Week. Chou presented his… Continue reading