ARTICLES

11 May 2015

City Gives To Citizens And Takes Back

Vallejo, California, residents were initially psyched to spend tax dollars on their pet projects. But

Curator - Citi I/O 0
11 May 2015

Humanity’s Greatest Invention?

Besides being one of today’s most influential urban economists, Harvard’s Edward Glaeser is a highly

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

No Burglars Allowed : The Worst City Signs

                             

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Build Stadiums To Last

  In the end, all buildings are temporary. A poorly conceived or badly constructed building

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Design For Our Acoustics

  Design briefs hardly ever include a description of the acoustic experience that should be

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Urinals Turn Pee Into Fertilizer For Local Food

Peeing in public isn’t usually a government-sanctioned activity. But a few weeks ago, Dutch officials

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

A Cartoonist’s Vision Of A Car-Free Future

St. Paul-based cartoonist Andy Singer has never owned a car, even though he’s lived, over

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

An Appetite For City Smog

Using a new type of tile that converts the chemicals in pollution into less toxic

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Neighbourhood-Scale Development Benefits

By taking advantage of increased efficiencies, developing on a precinct or neighbourhood scale creates smarter

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Model Village Lessons

  Visiting a new settlement planned on utopian principles during my travels through France this

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Fast-Track Regeneration In Cities

London’s winning bid for the Olympic Games focussed as much on regeneration as on sporting

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Urban Design == Service Design

High-speed data and mobile communications technology is allowing us to think differently about how we

Curator - Citi I/O 0
09 May 2015

Cities Save The Earth From Humanity

Can humans grow enough food, produce enough energy and still preserve some of the last

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

Visions Of Smart City Utopia Need Urgent Reality Check

Responsive urban technology sounds enticing but citizens must not be disconnected from plans drawn up

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

Better Design Needed For Drinking Fountains

People would rather pay two bucks for a sealed, clean drink than stoop over a

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

A Beautiful Vision Of An American High-Speed Rail Map

Imagine if the entire country [USA] was linked by 220-mile-per-hour trains. That’s what this map

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

If Valley’s Tech Companies Built Cities Themselves

  Welcome to i-Town. An artist imagines Google, Facebook, Apple, and Electronic Arts as self-contained

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

Stunning Tribute To Hong Kong’s Super-Packed Cemeteries

Hong Kong is an incredibly packed city, so why should its cemeteries be any different?

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

Commute, Property Prices, And Good Conversation

  Two bodyguards trotted behind Enrique Peñalosa, their pistols jostling in holsters. There was nothing

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

City People, NYC

  [A few years ago] Mayor Bloomberg left office, ending an era that radically changed

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

What Will A Smart City Look Like In The Future?

By 2050 there will be five billion urbanites, but, with pressure on resources and climate

Curator - Citi I/O 0
06 May 2015

Smaller Cities Unite

  What does Copenhagen have in common with Providence, Rhode Island? Both are small cities

Curator - Citi I/O 0
SHARE

Citi I/O