Urbanistica - Cities for People

8/14/2022

313.SWE Index för livskvalitet & Urban Design & Planning - Camilla Wallander

Season 3, Ep. 313
Camilla Wallander (VD Berghs School of Communication, Stockholm, Sverige)Vi pratar:Index för livskvalitetBerghs Advisory boardBerghs nya kurser inom Urban design & planning. Läs mer här https://www.berghs.se/urban-design-and-planning/Jag är kursansvarig för Socialt Hållbara städer. Läs mer och anmäl dig här https://www.berghs.se/kurs/socialt-hallbara-stader-professional-dagtid/Berghs är en världsledande skola inom kommunikation. De har utsetts till ”School of the Year” vid sju tillfällen i den internationella tävlingen Future Lions i Cannes. Sen tävlingen startade 2005 har Berghsblivit tilldelad huvudutmärkelsen 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2010 och 2009. Berghs har vunnit flest gånger i konkurrens med mer än 400 skolor från över 50 länder. Deras studenter är eftertraktade då de snabbt kan omsätta sin kunskap i handling, och 97% är i jobb inom den disciplin de utbildat sig inom sex månader efter avslutad utbildning.Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities ❤️️Let's connect and talk further about this episode Mustafa Sherif Linkedin.VisitMustafasherif.comfor collaborations and nominations or email me atinfo@mustafasherif.comFollow Urbanisticaon Instagram, Facebook & Youtube channel.Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRYAFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure.Read more about AFRYhttps://afry.com/en
8/9/2022

310. Think Like Pirates & farmers' markets - Richard McCarthy

Season 3, Ep. 310
Richard McCarthy (Captain at Think Like Pirates, Brooklyn, New York, United States)I asked Richard the following questions:- Tell us more about the Market Cities concept.- The unexpected rise of civil society-led farmers' markets (addressing the question of who runs them, why, and why does that matter?. -In relation to places where traditional markets and municipal markets may have long existed. Is there room for more markets and why?-How about the E-market? the digital market, does it exist? does it mean less physical market?-Does really food link together communities on a bigger scale? or it's just linking a few people?-What are the main challenges that food markets are facing now?-How can city planning serve these markets? -There is a trend now about introducing urban farming on a small scale, do you think we can scale it up? how do we do that?-If you picture a future city from a food market's point of view, what do you see? based on what we have now.Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities ❤️️Let's connect and talk further about this episode Mustafa Sherif Linkedin.VisitMustafasherif.comfor collaborations and nominations or email me atinfo@mustafasherif.comFollow Urbanisticaon Instagram, Facebook & Youtube channel.Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRYAFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure.Read more about AFRYhttps://afry.com/en
8/3/2022

308. Rehousing is about people not only about houses - Ana Catarino

Season 3, Ep. 308
Ana Catarino (Anthropologist, Ateliermob, Lisbon, Portugal)Terras da Costa project in PortugalWithout water, sanitation, and precarious constructions. These are the living conditions of almost 500 people – approximately 100 children – who inhabit a neighborhood of illegal origin in Costa da Caparica. Called Terras da Costa, this neighborhood is mostly occupied by two communities: of African and Gypsy origin. There are no official data on the genesis of this neighborhood. It is only known that the construction of houses on these lands began with the existence of buildings to support agricultural activity, with reports from residents who say they have lived there for 30 years. In an aerial photographic record, from 2001, Ana and her team were able to identify a consolidated neighborhood, whose limits have increased over the last decade. This is isolated and invisible territory. Listen to the story in this episode and read more about Terras da Costa project in Portugalhttps://www.ateliermob.com/projects/cozinha-comunitaria-terras-da-costaKeep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities ❤️️Let's connect and talk further about this episode Mustafa Sherif Linkedin.VisitMustafasherif.comfor collaborations and nominations or email me atinfo@mustafasherif.comFollow Urbanisticaon Instagram, Facebook & Youtube channel.Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRYAFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure.Read more about AFRYhttps://afry.com/en
7/17/2022

305. District 8 in Budapest - Daniel Rádai

Season 3, Ep. 305
Daniel Rádai (chief urban planner - vice mayor, Budapest District 8 - Józsefváros, Budapest, Hungary)What happens when plenty of citizens wake up one day realizing that the place they call home could be just so much different. Moreover, out of surprise a couple of young, eager urbanists get a chance to launch a new direction. Yet, pandemic hits, finances turn scarce, and demands are high while the voice of the motorist lobby is loud. A societal conflict is rising.Two years ago Budapest District 8 turned the tide to reclaim spaces for people like no other administration in the city before. With some brave moves by the Budapest Municipality, they try to show an alternative approach to city-making in the CEE region.Inspired by our friends in Barcelona, Milano, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt, Brussels, Lisbon, and Co it is time to gear further up and bring the city even closer to its people on a level never experienced before.Link to projects that we are talking about https://jozsefvaros.hu/otthon/varosfejlesztes/In collaboration with Placemaking Europe Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episodeMustafa Sherif LinkedinVisitMustafasherif.comfor collaborations and nominations or just email me atinfo@mustafasherif.comKeep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities❤️️.Follow Urbanisticaand let's get in touch:InstagramFacebookYoutube channelThanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRYhttps://afry.com/en