Turin in Italy is calling for up to 1,100 residents to volunteer to take part in a one-year trial of mobility-as-a-service (MaaS).
A new cohousing development in Madrid aims to serve as a model, where impromptu gatherings of kids and families are by design.
With this small building the architects aimed to explore a semi-permanent structure that was conceived through the inclusion of the house in the site’s ecosystem….
The colour-coded map which is updated every minute has been developed with software company Hypercell.
The City Council says the shelters will help to reduce the ‘urban heat island’ effect by capturing harmful particulates from the air.
During our 2018 trip to Japan we spent a week staying in Meguro in a small house next to Ryūsen-ji Temple (目黒不動尊 瀧泉寺). Due to a variety of child-related stress factors, we were often in need of sanctuary and the Blue Bottle cafe, conveniently located on our route to the station, provided the caffeine-assisted relief we were looking for on our daily tourist jaunts. Blue Bottle, founded in Oakland, California in the early 2000s, was in the early stages of its expansion in Tokyo and has now grown to a broad range of locations across the city and other key metropolitan areas in Japan. Beyond the shared sparse, functional aesthetic, the design and architecture of Blue Bottle locations is varied and inspiring to explore, as you will see…
Blue Bottle Coffee | Schemata Architects / Jo Nagasaka
— Read on schemata.jp/blue-bottle-coffee/
Two walkways made from ‘kinetic floor tiles’ have been installed at Leighton Buzzard train station.
Twenty global cities have been named as ‘Cities 4.0′ in new research from ESI ThoughtLab – these are cities that are advanced in both progress towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and in deploying digital technology and data effectively.
An argument for the long-term cultural and economic viability of the city, even after the pandemic.
Source: Predicting a Comeback for Cities