Visual Conversations on Urban Futures

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Process Lab: Citizen Design

Process Lab: Citizen Design is an exhibition running at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum from September 30th 2016 to September 17th 2017.

Through a series of props and tools, the exhibition takes participants through a design process in which they are asked to respond to a future-shaping challenge.

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The Incomplete City

At some point in mid-May, my Twitter feed got populated with tweets and re-tweets of photos of an enigmatic hand-drawn city that was taking shape on the wall of a room at Bartlett. Finally, we are able to learn all the details about the project from a fascinating essay called “The Incomplete City”, which was published on Medium by Dan Hill.
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Archigram, one of the most influential architectural groups of the last century, famous for bridging social, technological, and architectural aspects in speculative visions and projects, began as a magazine. The publication, was initially hand made and put together by Peter Cook, David Greene, and Mike Webb. It started in 1961 and came out with nine issues.┬áRon Herron, Dennis Crompton, and Warren Chalk joined the group later on. Continue reading “Archigram”

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