pc27: Who are your favorite architects and why? I thought it would be interesting to see who people look up to in this field. Right now, Kuma-sensei is my favorite, though I do love OMA and offshoots like JDS, BIG and Buro-OS
style scout explore: Urban infrastructure fund for... →
stylescoutexplore: At the same time talk (and at this stage it’s just talk), of a possible high speed rail system linking Australia’s major east coast cities - Brisbane - Sydney - Canberra - Melbourne, the Urban Coalition has called for an urban infrastructure fund to attract institutional and retail…
Crowdsourcing the quiet
stylescoutexplore: Looking for a quiet space in your city? Stereopublic’s crowdsourcing the quiet is a participatory art project that asks you to navigate your city for quiet spaces. Upload your quiet spaces, share and navigate other quiet spaces in your city. Genius.
Takushi! Tokyo’s Lovely Taxi Signs — The Pop-Up... →
ahaphany: Tokyo is one of those cities with a very outspoken and recognizable style. This becomes even more clear when you take a look at the city’s remarkable signs on the roof of taxis. The Japanese capital is filled with these colorful expressions that give identity to each of the cabs. Lifestyle and travel blog Been Seen refers to the Takushi signs as a passing parade of neon art.
How Bicycles Bring Business →
justwalkiingthedog: Cities and businesses discover that cycling pays.