In this edition of Ideas From Cities, Pamela Hellig explores some practical Capetonian ideas that could also work in London.
Although the culture, spirit and preferences of each city and its habitants are very different, there may still be great value in sharing and implementing translatable ideas between two cities. London may not be able to compete with Cape Town’s weather and scenery, but we’ve narrowed down a list of five great aspects of London that could work just as well in the Mother City.
News and views from cities around the world.
News and views from cities around the world this past week.
A film exploring future scenarios of city life in London, New York and Copenhagen. It looks at urbanization trends challenging cities around the world and solutions featured in the Crystal
The technology revolution, an increased emphasis on employee well-being and the quest for better value for consumers over the last ten years have led to conditions being just right for an upheaval of traditional ideas about office space. Pamela Hellig, a regular ‘telecommuter’, questions whether future cities will have a need for offices at all.
Day 2 of the Urban Age conference presented panels of architects, mayors, and sociologists considering the urban dimensions of climate change, leadership and the public realm.
Day 1 of the Urban Age Electric City Conference is done and dusted. A roundup of highlights, key terms and take-away lessons…plus a look into why Boris and the PM dropped in.
The 11th Urban Age Conference is upon us- this year themed around the idea of the Electric City. What can we look forward to?