urbanism


The real city

Thanks to endless cheap flight offers, almost everyone has been to London, Paris and Co. All urban explorers will agree that the most fun is to uncover the character of a city by unexpected discoveries in form of local restaurants and hidden walks. In a nutshell, people enjoy getting to […]


City 2.0 Talks: Nathan De Groot and Michael Badics

A fine balance between trees and concrete… Is that all we can say about a perfect city? Perhaps perfection lies in the city’s imperfection and its constantly changing façade that inhabitants can interact with as they go about their daily lives.


City 2.0 Talks: Daniela Patti, Levente Polyak and Stefan Gruber

As we shape our cities, they shape us in return. Cities are not just conglomerations of buildings but living social networks, vibrating with life and dynamics. Pursuing the highest possible living quality within our urban environments is a task for which we all are responsible, but in order to achieve […]


This was TEDxVienna City 2.0

On September 20th, TEDx Vienna brought on stage the issue of the “Unfinished City”. It brought cities as verbs and processes as much as nouns and places. Throughout the evening, prominent designers, architects, educators, and change makers delivered talks on smart cities and changing paradigms of urban planning, bicycle urbanism, […]


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Hack Your City!

  Hacking the City to Make it Work The citizens of Mexico City had grown tired of waiting for their government to make good on its 2007 pledge to build 300km of bicycle lanes within the next five years. On November 6, 2011, a group of cycling and pedestrian advocates, […]