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Anthropocentric vs. Bioregional Urbanism

Anthropocentric urbanism, I red about this in an article last weekend, do you know what this means? I didn’t…

In my search to find a meaning for anthropocentric urbanism I came by an article that explains it well. 22 more words

Urban mobility: Shifting towards sustainable transport systems

Urban mobility is confronted by many challenges, the key one being traffic congestion: urbanisation and a high dependence on cars having led to congestion in urban areas. 493 more words


Songdo, revisited!

I’ve kept my promise of visiting Songdo in summer 2014! Songdo changed a lot since my last visit in winter 2013. First of all, there were more people on the streets. 1,141 more words

Large Scale Projects

Biourbanism: Rethinking the Science of Space



Full text By Anna Bergren Miller June 24, 2014. Originally posted in Shareable. (Photography by David Chu / Flickr)


Biourbanist Marco Casagrande helped reshape Treasure Hill, near Taipei, into a sustainable urban community. 2,542 more words


New dimension for digital cities

Full text by Dassault Systèmes in BBC Future

The way we use and view our cities is changing. No longer can systems and buildings be designed with no awareness of their ramifications; every single aspect must be sustainable and symbiotic. 488 more words

Interesting Posts

The City That's Best for Everyone

I worry sometimes that urbanism, and specifically New Urbanism (if you are familiar with that movement) comes across as mostly thought-up by and crafted for wealthy young people. 520 more words

Justice For The City

My new blog background #manila #philippines

What you can see here is a photo taken in Manila (Philippines). Concretly, the buildings in the background are the so called Makati city, if I remember correctly.  117 more words

Sociology Of Development