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Sunjana TS

Sunjana TS has written 24 posts for Urban Design Collective

Weekly Roundup 075 – 30th July to 5th August

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘How to Host the Olympics and Actually Improve Your City’s Transit’ Authored by Aarian Marshall Every two years, cities around the world make bids to the International Olympic Commission (IOC) to host the Olympic Games. Any city that wants to host the Olympic Games puts in its name to the IOC … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 073 – 16th to 22nd July

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘The graveyard of the Earth’: inside City 40, Russia’s deadly nuclear secret’ Authored by Samira Goetschel Russia’s Secret City 40 Is A Prison Of Nuclear Waste And Death. If that doesnt grab your attention, read on. At the perimeter of the city, a sign warns people not to enter the town … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 070 – 25th – 1st July

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘‘Brexit’: A wake-up call for the New Urban Agenda’ Authored by Micheal Cohen Dominating the news recently is Britain’s exit from the EU, or as it has been called in the media – the Brexit. Cities are becoming increasingly affected by free trade agreements, and many are beginning to engage in … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 066 – 28th to 3rd June

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘When New York City tried to ban cars – the extraordinary story of ‘Gridlock Sam” Authored by Aaron M Renn The public plaza and bike lanes now found throughout New York City have affectionately become known to detractors as the “war on cars.” But amazingly, a 1973 plan got very, … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 064 – 14th to 20th May

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Darkness is a luxury not granted to Britain’s council estates’ Authored by Mona Sloane If we were to think of access to light as a commodity,  would stocking up on it imply some have it better than others? Or is darkness a luxury to be afforded by the elite? … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 061– 23rd to 29th April

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘New York’s Newest Urban Farm Will Float Down The Hudson River’ Authored by Adele Peters Here is one more reason to love urban farming! New York City’s newest urban farm will look a little different from most: instead of factory-like rows of plants growing in a warehouse, it will be … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 058– 2nd to 8th April

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Zaha Hadid’s Little Known Plan to Redesign Phnom Penh’ Authored by Hul Reaksmey Like, love or hate her work, no architecture aficionado can ever admit to ignoring the prowess of Zaha Hadid. She was legendary in her boldness and design exploration. Almost always controversial, her projects have been on … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 056 – 19th to 25th March

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Cities of the future could look like Burning Man’ Authored by Allissa Walker A must do on most design enthusiasts lists, the Burning Man festival is an urban social experiment in itself. The festival generates outlandish and radical   expressions of design in every form. With the ‘city’ razed … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 055– 12th to 18th March

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘There are only 8 truly Global Cities in the World’ Authored by Aaron M Renn In the wake of smart cities, modern living, contemporary architecture and an increasingly cosmopolitan way of life, the growing impact of globalization and its effect on the way we design cities is significant. Today globalization … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 051– 13th to 19th Feb

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Is Urban farming only for rich hipsters?’ Authored by Gina Lovett “Anyone should be able to have their own farm’. Creating an accessible niche for the masses is key to the success of the concept of urban farming. Imagine a day in city/urban life where organic produce is available … Continue reading

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