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In the Driverless City, How Will Our Streets Be Used?
A glut of speculative plans reimagine the future streetscape. But is it a road to nowhere?
“Keep Off the Grass”: Why Fighting for Free Access to Green Space Implicates Us All
In an opinion piece for Metropolis, Alexandra Hagen, CEO of Swedish firm White Arkitekter, explains why countering commercial forces is central to protecting urban space.
A Russian Parks Program Creates Over 350 Public Spaces and Nurtures Local Design Talent
Costing less than glitzier parks in Moscow, the Tatarstan initiative is revivifying the local design and manufacturing bases with a "teach a man to fish" approach.
Urban Renewal, A Blight on Other American Cities, Sparked an Architectural Renaissance in Pittsburgh
The editors of the new volume Imagining the Modern argue that the reviled federal program was responsible for creating the postcard Pittsburgh.