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'Power to the Citizen!' manifesto launched

'Power to the Citizen!' manifesto launched

05 December 2018

In collaboration with colleagues across UCL, we have launched a new manifesto for the public authoring of our cities.

Applications open for ESRC doctoral funding on the Urban Studies, Transport and Architectural Space pathway

25 October 2018

Audience member at Edge - Situated Practice in Art, Architecture and Urbanism

The Urban Studies, Transport and Architectural Space pathway is one of 25 pathways that comprise the UCL, Bloomsbury and East London Doctoral Training Partnership (UBEL DTP) involving UCL, SOAS, Birkbeck College, London School ...

Counterspeculations audiotour of the City of London launched

17 October 2018

Counterspeculations audiotour of the City of London

Welcome to the Counterspeculations audiotour, an interactive walking guide to the City of London, the square mile of England’s capital known for centuries as a hub for the development of finance capital.

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Designing Practices of Transformative Urbanism for the 21st Century City

Designing Practices of Transformative Urbanism for the 21st Century City

11 February 2019

This workshop will bring together architects, urban designers, planners, development specialists, geographers and policy makers for a half-day interactive and collaborative session to investigate what it means to design practices of transformative urbanism ...

Producing the 21st Century City: Labor Unions as Urbanists in Las Vegas

11 February 2019

Aseem Inam, Las Vegas Culinary Union headquarters, April 2018

The spatial production of the city in the 21st century is a complex and multifaceted process that belies the often overly-simplistic narratives. What is often missing in such singular narratives [e.g. of ...

Entrepreneurial heritage-making in post-Wall Berlin: The case of New Potsdamer Platz

27 February 2019

Skyscapers at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin at the end of the blue hour. Buildings and their architects from left to right: Atrium-Tower (Renzo Piano), Kollhoff-Tower (Hans Kollhoff), BahnTower (Helmut Jahn). Credit: Ansgar Koreng on Wikimedia Commons

New Potsdamer Platz has been the flagship urban development project of post-Wall Berlin. Throughout the 1990s, Potsdamer Platz evolved from an abandoned no-man’s-land, delineated by the Berlin Wall, into Europe’s largest ...

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