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Factories versus Rhinoceros: Who’s the Boss in Africa?
What happens when you combine wild nature and an urban landscape in one shot?
Fortune-telling By Photo: How Computers Are Predicting The Urban Future
Machines have learned to see better than ever. What might this mean for urbanism?
"OMA’s method is systematically not having a system"
Tomas Koolhaas — on the film Rem, a portrait of his father and a great architect.
Сan we imagine cross-border cities?
How urbanist and architect Teddy Cruz and political theorist Fonna Forman promote a ‘citizenship culture’ that is based less on the imposition of the nation or state, but rather organised around our shared values and common interests in a border region
The Architecture of Routine: Where We Drink
How bars first came to be and what an architect can tell you about them.
Excerpt from “The Citizen. What Do We Know About Inhabitants of Big Cities”
How to study urban tribes.
I came, I paid, I repaired: How volunteers are restoring France’s cultural heritage
The way to save history for free.
Excerpt from “Dark Matter and Trojan Horses. A Strategic Design Vocabulary” by Dan Hill
What should have taken place above architecture’s head.
What is speculative architecture? FAQ by Liam Young
A theorist of architecture and storytelling explains the topic in 7 points.
Standards and standardisation are not the same thing
No higher than nine floors, no fewer than two families per parking spot, and no “Chinese walls”
The “urban” is taken more as a format for design than a genre of design
Excerpt from Benjamin Bratton’s new essay on what makes the norms really new
Make the city speak: 5 cases of urban storytelling
How urban storytelling can actually help people renovate their cities and solve social problems