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Posted: 24. May 2012
Thinking in hard bordered containers of space no longer reflects modern society.
Posted: 23. May 2012
From 20 April 2012, 35 projects from over 25 cities around the world will be exhibited at the Rotterdam Biennale at NAI.
Posted: 22. May 2012
The New Cities Summit: dedicated to improving the quality of life and work in the 21st-century global city
Posted: 21. May 2012
Montréal is investing in a major design event for the city's 375th anniversary in 2017
Posted: 21. May 2012
REAL CORP 2012 - linking urban development professionals with industry and private enterprise. Derek Martin reports from Vienna
Posted: 16. May 2012
What would Europe look like if hydrological boundaries and not political boundaries determined its structure?
Posted: 15. May 2012
Festivals can also be a way of helping promote a certain image for a city – sometimes to the degree that the festivals are synonymous with the city. But what about the social role of festivals?
Posted: 10. May 2012
A former high bunker in Wroclaw has been transformed into a contemporary art museum with a spectacular roof top bar. Even more impressive is that the conversion has been made for only 1 million Euros. Contemporary Museum Wroclaw is a role model in transformation of historic landmarks.
Posted: 09. May 2012
In mainstream urban planning there’s still too strong a focus on the US and Western Europe.
Posted: 09. May 2012
Wroclaw presents itself as a meeting place; a multicultural environment where innovation happens and people respect and strengthen each other.

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