Skip to content

Monthly Archives: November 2007

Revisioning slums

If, for the better part of the 20th century, it was New York and its glistening imitations that symbolised the future, it is now the stacked-up, sprawling, impromptu city-countries of the third world. The idea of the total, centralised, maximally efficient city plan has long since lost its futuristic appeal: its confidence and ambition have […]


“Over a period of six weeks 128 students from the Academy for Urban Planning in Bushwick, Brooklyn took an in-depth look at media, geography, war, love, and architecture. The Alternative Urban Perspectives zine (9MB pdf) is the result of their visual and textual explorations” – From The Center for Urban Pedagogy in New York City, […]

No space unused

Still no closer to fixing things around here, but couldn’t pass by this amazing photo! (via) – Anne

Renovations + new feed

Please excuse the mess around here as we complete our migration to WordPress, and don’t forget to subscribe to our new Feedburner feed! All the Blogger content has been imported, but it’ll take some time to properly categorise all the posts, and we need to get this template looking the way we want. Still, we […]