Why are so many uninhabited cities still being built in China? Dateline returns to update one of its most watched stories, China’s Ghost Cities, to find out.
On the 11th of May 2013, Future Cape Town co-hosted a discussion along with the Cape Town Institute for Architecture on the newly released for commentary Cape Town Urban Design Policy. This afternoon session took place at the offices for the Cape Town Institute for Architecture and included urban design and architecture professionals from local government, planning, development and architecture organizations, as well as researchers from Future Cape Town.
Re-thinking the city centre of Athens. The Onassis Foundation organized and funded a European Architectural Competition for the creation of a new city centre, a project centered around Panepistimiou Street.
The food we eat is as diverse as the cultures and lifestyles of the people consuming it. But the issues underlying food run much deeper than the whims of our cultures or palates. Until now, the subject of food security has mostly been viewed as a rural issue, with research and development work honing in on subsistence farming. But with the massive influx into cities, the focus needs to shift to the metropolis.
Brett Petzer shares perspectives on the spectacle that is Dubai, and what it means to the people that live there. Here is Part 2.
Brett Petzer shares perspectives on the spectacle that is Dubai, and what it means to the people that live there. Here is Part 1.
Views from 8 experts on how to better use urban planning to design sustainable cities.
What is the evolution that planning and, more generally, the act of governing has experienced?
It’s Official! Moscow has doubled in size. Find out how.