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Weekly Roundup 092 – 26th November to 2nd December

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Bridging the gap between architecture/city planning and urban noise control’ Authored by Gemma Maria Echevarria Sanchez, Timothy Van Renterghem, Dick Botteldooren  This research article shows how SOUND can be an important component in planning and design.A holistic approach is applied to assess the effect of urban design on citizen’s perception of road … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 091 – 19th to 25th November

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘The new Urban Agenda can strengthen land policies-with some caution’ Authored by Philipp Horn  The New Urban Agenda, a 20-year vision was adopted by nations worldwide at the UN Habitat III conference held in Quito in October,2016. The agenda has been discussed, debated and scrutinized by researchers and experts from across the globe. Philipp … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 085 – 8th to 14th October

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Streets without Shops: How Apps are transforming our local neighborhoods‘ Authored by Marta Bausells Everything is now a click or a swipe away. While life of a city dweller just got easier with an app available for everything, the impact of technology does not limit to an average user. Cities in the … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 079 – 27th August to 2nd September

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Will Pedestrians Be Able to Tell What a Driverless Car Is About to Do?‘ Authored by Adrienne Lafrance Technological advancements have immensely modified the way people commute in cities. Yet again, the advent of driverless cars will forever change the way we  travel. But, for the driverless cars to be successful, … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 074 – 23rd to 29th July

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK Pokécology: People will never put down their phones, but games can get them focused on nature Authored by Jessie Buettel and Barry W. Brook Two weeks ago, we wrote about the instant popularity of the game Pokemon GO. Since then, the game seems to have made the front page in multiple facets … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 071 – 2nd to 8th July

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘London floors: Sebastian Erras and Pixartprinting unveil the city’s hidden treasures ‘ Authored by Hollie Smith Our cities are rapidly evolving and the cities’ floors are a reflection of this ever-changing landscape. Sebastian Erras, a german photographer strolls through various metropolises and documents this change through his minimalist photos of the the diverse … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 057 – 26th March to 1st April

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Before-and-After Photo Archive of the World’s Best Street Design’ Authored by Feargus O’Sullivan Urbi-I, a Brazilian urban design collective, created a gallery that showcases the before and after street images from around the world. The gallery essentially tracks the widespread transformation of streets from being automobile centric to being pedestrian … Continue reading

Rediscovering the Pleasures of Cycling

Urban Highways and freeways have long been viewed as a symbol of progress, higher mobility and better “modern” cities. Every city sees a flurry of road building when traffic levels get too high, predictably named something along the lines of “Inner/Outer Ring Road”, “Bypass Road” “Something High Road”, etc. In the past fifty years, tens of thousands … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 050 – 6th Feb to 12th Feb

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘Urbanization is a Major Driver of the Zika Virus’ Authored by Laura Bliss With the spread of the Zika virus resulting in a worldwide emergency, we try to understand the cause at the grass root level. Research and study shows that a major driving factor is the rapid urbanization. Haphazard … Continue reading

Weekly Roundup 038 – 14th to 20th November

FEATURE REPORT/ ARTICLE OF THE WEEK ‘The Urban Ultimatum: what should our cities be like?’ Authored by Deyan Sudjic The Urban Age programme has been relentlessly asking this, and similar questions, in search of an answer, for the last ten years now. LSE cities founded the Urban Age programme in 2005, to carry out research … Continue reading

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