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Lees de publicatie 'Rotterdam at Eye Level'

Good reading material for Rotterdam fans, city lovers and people interested in the City at Eye Level. In English. With a story about ZOHO and..

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The London Sound Survey featuring London maps, sound recordings, sound maps, local history, London wildlife

Sounds of the City! Soundscapes of London. http://soundsurvey.org.uk

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The City at Eye Level

Call for presentations for the Placemaking Week in Vancouver in September! With Future of Places, Project for Public Spaces, The City at Eye..

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Investing in the City – Odran Reid and David O’Connor

This paper, prepared jointly by Odran Reid and David O’Connor, proposes that the city is something to invest in and that by so doing, Dublin can ensure efficient planning and delivery of services that will support the market and investors,…

CityPoem 31 – Osaka

A CityPoem from Osaka, Japan, from an old Japanese anthology of poems collected by imperial command in 12 centuries.Osaka CityPoem Rough meaning: Hazy moon on the spring night. It seems like the tide came in to the naniwa (osaka)…

New Britain: Cultural Change in the last 10 years

With Tony Blair resigning, after ten years of being in power, how has Britain changed over the last decade? When he started, Blair promised a New Britain. Financial Times has written an inspiring article about a completely new feel of…


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Rotterdam week 8 questions – 44: Ina Klaassen

Rotterdam is the most “un-Dutch” and diverse city of The Netherlands. How do you describe Rotterdam to people in other countries. What are the qualities of the city. Why are they so good? Rotterdam is the most “un-Dutch” and diverse…

Rotterdam Week 8 questions – 15: Esseline Schieven

… the best thing is the seeds of optimism planted all over town: the revival of the Meent, the opening of OBBA, the new community that is growning in Spangen, the survival of the new concepts on the Mathenesseweg, the…