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The Eindhoven Summit on Service Innovation in Cities: who owns the future?

Thursday, December 1, 2011 13:20 9 Comments

Marcia Caines The Eindhoven Summit on Service Innovation in cities is a one-day event organized by the city of Eindhoven and Living Labs Global, a non-profit organization committed to making cities worldwide cleaner, safer and smarter through service innovation. This brings businesses and cities together, with the aim of creating public/private partnerships and introducing new […]

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Splitter

Tuesday, May 24, 2011 12:08 No Comments

Post by Lars Kordetzky | This post is the fourth entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places VIEW PROJECTS ON THE MAP HERE Title: Splitter Place: Vienna 48° 12′ 29.99″ N, 16° 22′ 23.03″ E Type: Project Author: Lars Kordetzky Date: 1996 http://maps.google.com Description: “The three pairs of towers form […]

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The Wall Game: No Place To Hide

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 12:14 No Comments

Posted by Corrado Curti | This post is the third entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places Title: The Wall Game Place: Israel-Palestine Border, 31°47′0″N 35°10′0″E Type: Project Architect: Lebbeus Woods Date: 2004 http://maps.google.com Description: Lebbeus Woods elaborated this project for a transformation of the Israeli-Palstinian Wall in 2004. It […]

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Radical Reconstruction

Friday, March 18, 2011 18:36 1 Comment

Posted by Corrado Curti | This post is the first entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places Title: Radical Reconstruction Place: Sarajevo 43°52′0″N 18°25′0″E Type: Project Architect: Lebbeus Woods Date: 1997 Description:The work by Lebbeus Woods collects a series of drawings and writings exploring a visionary proposal for reconstructing the […]

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MIPIM 2010: Visions for City Futures from Cannes

Friday, April 2, 2010 17:43 5 Comments

The critical global and economic climate has pushed cities to the fore of policy discussion worldwide, forcing them to review their strategies and adopt new approaches to planning and development for sustainable growth. For cities to engage in this process successfully, increased inter-change and sensitivity between all of the parties involved in the city-making profession […]

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