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.
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.
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.
reSITE's salon series My City/Your City: City of 2050 returned with a conversation on what cities of 2050 will look like.
Listen to the latest installment of reSITE's podcast, Design and the City in discussion with Marianthi Tatari, a principal architect at UNStudio on designing different aspects of city-making that threaten the quality of life such - like monofunctional spaces and commoditized smart cities - with optimism.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we’ve compiled a selection of sources what to read, watch, listen to, or follow to amplify the female voices acting to improve the built environment.
Listen to Episode 5 of reSITE's new podcast, Design and the City in discussion with Yosuke Hayano, a principal architect at MAD Architects about the studio's hallmark vision - to create a journey for people to reconnect to nature through architecture. Photo courtesy of Nils Koenning
reSITE's salon series My City/Your City is back to bring you a conversation on what cities of 2050 will look like through intersection of architecture, urban design, and smart cities, addressing the existing challenges and undertaking a collective exercise in imagining the cities of the future.
Listen to Episode 4 of reSITE's new podcast, Design and the City in discussion with Leona Lynen, member of ZUsammenKUNFT Berlin cooperative for urban development that is working to regenerate Haus der Statistik located just off Berlin's Alexanderplatz. Photo courtesy of Nils Koenning
At the core of WallaceLiu’s projects is a design practice called adaptive reuse. In the age of the quest for sustainability, adaptive reuse is becoming more of a necessity for city-makers worldwide.