We’ve been exploring all corners of the urbanism, architecture, design and city-making world from the comfort of our couch or a socially-distanced walk searching for inspiration. Here is a comprehensive list of our favorite shows that have sonically been in our ears, taking our minds to new places and planting new ideas on designing more livable, lovable cities.
Chris Precht’s projects seek to synthesize the two biggest polluting industries—architecture and agriculture—by imagining a world where cities are designed to give back space to nature and reconnect our lives back to our sources of vitality through the utilization of natural materials with a low carbon footprint.
Bianca Wylie is a Toronto-based, open-government advocate among the early critics to raise concerns about privacy issues of the Sidewalk Lab’s now-defunct controversial smart neighborhood proposal on Toronto’s waterfront land.
Associate Director and Senior Architect for UNStudio, Marianthi Tatari, says that technology is the driving force behind the design for uncertainty and the future of our cities.
We are incredibly excited to announce we are joining Dezeen's Virtual Design Festival! Save the date for April 27th and dive into a full day of ideas and inspiration via reSITE lectures released exclusively on this occasion!
Late Michael Sorkin, the architectural critic, author, professor and designer, leaves behind his revolutionary approaches to urban design. We pay him a tribute in this look at how his legacy will continue to influence the field of urbanism for years to come. Photo courtesy of Dorota Velek at reSITE 2015.
reSITE is proud to contribute with a full day of inspiration from contemporary thought leaders. Join us for release five full lectures from reSITE REGENERATE during Dezeen's Virtual Design Festival on April 27th.
The novel virus COVID-19 has upended our lives. As it spreads across the globe, it is keeping us contained in our homes and reshaping our relationships with cities.
Ravi Naidoo, founder of Design Indaba and what may be the most influential design conferences in the world pushes the boundaries of design with the simple question—what is design for—on the final installment of the first season of reSITE's Design and the City podcast.
Next up on Design and the City is West Sacramento's longest-serving mayor, Christopher Cabaldon — the man behind the city’s outstanding urban regeneration that put it on the map as one of the most livable small towns in the United States.