Two Cities Same Fate

Two Cities Same Fate

A comparitive study with Martina Antonietti, Lan Haoyue, Liu Kai and Maite Rodríguez The main theme that in different ways Hong Kong and Detroit share is the decline. In Hong Kong the decline is more like a sensation that an era is ending, while in the second case the decline is evident, and the city [...]

Bangalore – A Worlding City

Bangalore – A Worlding City

Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru is one of the largest cities in India now. Over the past decade it grew to become an employment hub for the country.  A combination of new national economic liberalization policies and the emergence of a strong education system in the city encouraged the development of an information and communications [...]

Urban is not a universal form

Urban is not a universal form

Towards a new epistemology of the urban Neil Brenner and Christian Schmid A Reflection on the consequences that the concepts proposed by the authors may have in the sphere of urban and regional planning. Mariette Llewellyn Vanessa Robin Thesis 2: The urban is a process, not a universal form, settlement type or bounded unit Introduction [...]