A placemaker in Turin. From Brussels, Urban Foxes co-founder Bram Dewolfs will tell us what to focus on for a more livable, healthy and attractive city.
Jack Murphy, executive editor of The Architect’s Newspaper, leads the first international panel of Utopian Hours 2023. At the centre of the debate is the challenge of many cities around the world to reconcile urban development with the need to lower (to zero) emissions.
Social inclusion, climate resilience, sustainable mobility. Martin Knuijt proposes his vision for the healthy city of the future.
The underused spaces beneath Miami’s Metrorail are set to become a 16 km linear park, extending from Downtown to South Miami.
A 93-kilometre highway for cyclists and pedestrians aims to encourage the emirate’s more than 3 million residents to move away from car use.
Sometimes, less is more – even when it comes to urban development. In Meanwhile City 30 international case studies will illustrate how temporary reuse can spark transformation in our urban landscapes.
In Washington DC, the city’s first elevated public park may become an example of urban regeneration, the challenges are far from limited.
Starting from a forgotten building that has remained closed for decades, we imagine possible transformations for a more welcoming and dynamic Lungo Dora. The workshop on meanwhile placemaking by Utopian Hours 2023 curated by Petra Marko.
A young urban planner, three days of exploration, a city to understand.
Utopian Hours 2023 questions the future of city making and tackles some of the most complex issues in the urban sphere, looking for new stimuli to generate diversity, efficiency and creativity — wherever there is a citizen.
“The War on Cars” is among the most successful urban podcasts of the last few years. At Utopian Hours the host discusses the future of mobility.
The pioneer in the fight against climate change comes from Sierra Leone. Eugenia Kargbo shares the challenges of a crucial role in saving the future of the planet.
Towns matter. People matter. Places matter. Rules for Real Estate developer by Richard Upton
In operation for the past 35 years, UNstudio is among the most innovative and internationally recognised architectural practices.
Among this year’s Visiting Urban Explorer one of the New European Bauhaus’ finalists 2023. From Madrid, the fresh and attentive gaze of OPENACT’s co-founder.
Private sector resources and public sector strengths meet: insights and reflections for more competitive cities.
The alternative to the smart city. With Urban AI, Hubert Beroche pushes for new technologies to enhance the human value of cities.
Many dream of living in a self-sufficient houseboat. From Amsterdam, an urban vision turned into reality.
Third Places, First Choice: from Paris the masters of ecological and creative urbanism.
Together with Richard Sennett, the manifesto for an “open city” where people can rethink their collective living spaces.
Along the Spree an “urban village” enhances the culture of temporary uses. An independent project to offer an alternative to top-down development plans that have long sought to privatize areas near Berlin’s main river.