Cities have grown faster than ever before in the last 100 years.
We are flocking to cities only to find refuge in the suburbs.
The complex in Huizhou, in the southeast of China
Named Dayawan, the buildings stand near to a nuclear power plant which has put people off living in the area
Recently at night lights were seen on in only two out of 2,328 apartments
I wonder…. what our cities would look like if we reinvented forgotten spaces…
I wonder…. what our cities would look like if we encouraged collisions between people.
I wonder…. what our cities would look like if we created moments of action…
I wonder…. what our cities would look like if we completely rethought what was possible…
The installation by light artist Leo Villareal includes 25,000 individual white LEDs along 1.8 miles
Burning Man is a festival. What not everyone knows is that it is a city. Black Rock City. Out of nothing in a lake bed desert in northern Nevada a city of nearly 70,000 people. The most inspirational part is that it’s a gifting economy and a society where anything is possible. There are no norms. No building restrictions. Just the chance to create a world we would like to live in.
Pop up shops and galleries
Even the small things matter. This gnome in SF is smaller than my hand. But it was left as a moment of surprise for those who were looking.