Robert Katzenson believes in the community’s ability to fabricate, renovate and maintain structures and public installations. He shows how the residents and the city of Maastricht, and the South Limburg region could benefit from a Community Fabrication/Maintenance Centre.
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BY THOMAS HUSSEY
@ VOL 25
ON MAR 05, 2013
Thomas Hussey talks about China's current growth in urbanization. Although there are several challenges, such as outdated buildings, over-engineered highways, and pollution to deal with, they hope to redevelop the city, connect cities together, and create new cities entirely that would come to be potential solutions to those probelms.
"Presentation of the Day" on May 6, 2014.
Tower Neighbourhood Renewal
BY GRAEME STEWART
@ URBAN INNOVATION HAPPY HOUR
ON APR 30, 2014
Architect Graeme Stewart speaks out on benefits of 1960s tower-style high-density urban housing as opposed to the sprawl often found in the US. In Toronto, Graeme has taken the lead on the Tower Renewal project — whereby he’s taken steps to eco-retrofit these 50-year-old buildings, and worked to transform the surrounding areas into villages through policy changes and community-building campaigns.
"Presentation of the Day" on December 4, 2014.
Urban Renewal by Building Bridges: Intercultural Garden Erfurt Paradies
BY CATHY DELOS SANTOS
@ VOL 2
ON NOV 22, 2014
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Public Interest Design
BY SHANNON VAN ZANDT
@ VOL 3
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BY RICHARD HENSEL
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BY MOJGAN RASOULI
@ VOL 11
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It’s a Test! The Power of Urban Prototyping
BY NINA CHASE
@ VOL 25
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"We're showing citizens what they're buying before they write the final check."
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The Stove Network
BY KATIE ANDERSON
@ VOL 31
ON APR 20, 2017
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Local Construction Techniques Using Digital-Fabrication
BY KOHKI AKIYOSHI
@ VOL 153
ON DEC 13, 2017
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