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 like Nike, but wait a minute. The neighbourhood supports, so put some money in it." * Public Enemy, Shut Em Down In the 18 years since Chuck D rapped those lines, Nike has
Operating at the intersection of data visualisation and urbanism, the Atlas work of Dutch book designer Joost Grootens is without peer. At its best, graphic design and data visualisation reveals new truths, ways
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.amazon.co.uk/You-are-City-Petra-Kempf/
We're running out of space, in space. It's not just on Earth that undeveloped space is shrinking. Things are beginning to get crowded in outer space too. This week, a collision [http://news.