Liam Young and Kate Davies, lecturers at the Architectural Association, are leading a study visit [http://www.aaschool.ac.uk/STUDY/VISITING/chernobyl.php] to Chernobyl and Baikonour next July, as part of
You can find me waxing lyrical about the secret urbanism of the Green Belt, over at Urban Tick [http://urbantick.blogspot.com/2010/10/dross-and-stim-in-hertfordshire.html], part of their series on Ecological Urbanism
Two news items aroused my disurbanist instincts last week, and in my paranoid modus operandi where everything is connected, thought that they represented two aspects of an identical process: the continued fragmentation and
I've been spending time over the last month getting to grips with Petra Kempf's [http://beta.arch.columbia.edu/users/pk114columbiaedu] remarkable publication You are the City [http://www.
"Investors wanted", reads the link on the website for Victory City [http://www.victorycities.com/]. For over 70 years, the brilliantly named Orville Simpson II has been dreaming of the utopian