It’s Just Architecture! The Venice Biennale Architettura 2021

By |2022-02-02T10:30:57+01:00December 22nd 2021|Basic Infrastructure & Housing, , , , |

“We need a new spatial contract”, says Hashim Sarkis, curator of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, inviting participants from all around the globe to ponder sustainability and the question ‘How will we live together’. But how just and sustainable can architecture truly be? A critical review by Aseman G. Bahadori

Towards a Symbiotic Urban Form: the Smart Ruralopolis

By |2021-11-05T12:58:30+01:00November 4th 2021|Green & Smart Development, , , , |

A fresh perspective on urban-rural linkages allows us to re-envision urban fringe areas as zones for innovative businesses, growth, and prosperity. By Kaustubh Das

What will be the Post-Pandemic Urban Path?

By |2020-07-21T08:58:50+02:00July 21st 2020|Global Urban Debates, Urban Health, , |

Urban planners have been quick to imagine the historic changes in urban development the COVID-19 pandemic will bring about. Alexander Jachnow shares his view on the issue, suggesting we look at how much urban planning has changed after previous pandemics.

What Characterises an Ideal City, and How Do We Get There?

By |2021-08-18T11:34:37+02:00June 22nd 2017|Basic Infrastructure & Housing, , |

What do we envision the ideal city of the future to be like? How can we approach such an ideal in urban planning? According to Marco Dall’Orso, the (re)creation of urban environments needs to balance and integrate multiple strategies. Taking into account the quality of the socio-economic and built-natural environment, he develops a framework that can be used to analyse a city’s strengths, weaknesses, and possible trajectories for future development.

Collaborating for a geographical information system in Kairouan

By |2017-10-14T15:53:04+02:00November 8th 2016|Green & Smart Development, Smart & Digital Development, , , , , , , |

For sustainable urban planning, administrative bodies, service providers and citizens need to work together. In Kairouan, Tunisia, different actors are collaborating to put in place a comprehensive geographical information system for their city.

Live from Quito, Day 4: Closing Day

By |2017-10-14T15:56:15+02:00October 21st 2016|Global Urban Debates, , , , , , |

Yesterday, the Habitat III conference came to an end. As a milestone for sustainable urban development, the delegates adopted the New Urban Agenda. Read URBANET's full report on Quito, Day 4!

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