173.ENG Sustaining a City's Culture and Character - Charles Wolfe
This episode is done in collaboration with the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.
Chuck Wolfe (Author/photographer, consultant (Seeing Better Cities Group), lawyer, and Guest Affiliate Scholar at CFP.) is sharing the story of his journey from being a lawyer to start doing writing about cities. He is talking about his contribuation to the Center and also talking about his new book for the center Sustaining a City's Culture and Character: Principles and Best Practices.
the Centre for the Future of Places, aside from becoming an International Hub for Research on Public Space & Beyond, doing studies on the subject from a global perspective, also becomes a clearinghouse for ideas and new proposals on how the cities should be planned, designed, and retrofitted best to meet both today’s and tomorrow’s challenges with the focus on public places and urban spaces. Read more https://www.kth.se/futureofplaces/syfte-och-mal
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