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Imagining the Future City: London 2062
A book based on the London 2062 work, edited by Sarah Bell and James Paskins, was launched on 18 November 2013.
The London 2062 book features new work that addresses London’s future, including academic writing, opinion pieces and illustrations. The book also features the winning entries from the London 2062 competition, which invited contributions from UCL students, and an introduction from Sarah Bell, James Paskins (UCL), Joanna Wilson and Jennifer Johnson (Future of London).
The aim of this book, and the London 2062 programme, is to open discussion about the future of London. What is the future we want to see for London? Which priorities for a global city are in opposition? How can we meet carbon emission targets and deliver new infrastructure in the 21st Century?
Download a free copy of Imagining the Future City: London 2062 from Ubiquity Press
A book launch was held at UCL on November 18th
- Download your free copy as a pdf or as an epub file from Ubiquity Press
- Eventbrite page for the book launch
- Future of London
- Follow Ubiquity Press on Twitter (@ubiquitypress)
- Imagining Future Cities in the Directory of Open Access Books
- London Non-Fiction Roundup: December 2013 (Londonist)
- 3 Dystopian Visions for London in 2062 (UBM Future Cities)
- London 2062: When football rules City (London Evening Standard)
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