Continuing from Dayna Cunningham’s exploration of decision-making, democracy, and civic engagement, we revisit an interview first published in Future Practice in 2013.
Love this interview by @roryhyde thanks sir! https://t.co/xiV5wqPtE3
Love this interview by @roryhyde thanks sir! http://shrd.by/PcxfTH
'It’s about the “architecture of systems,” as opposed to just the “architecture of brick buildings' via @indy_johar https://t.co/Kn1kcvrebZ
A baseball game in front of St. Louis’s Pruitt-Igoe housing complex, before it was demolished and became an icon of the alleged failure of U.S. public housing (Michael R. Allen / Flickr) When people on the left think about solutions to the housing c…
“Take land off the speculative market, build housing on it, and keep it permanently affordable” https://t.co/xptOxf7RCb
Sadly, my inspiration and hero Doug Engelbart passed away this year. A couple years ago, I hosted Doug Engelbart, Ted Nelson, and their wives for dinner at my house with me and my wife, Judy. It was like having Galileo and Newton over for dinner, as…
A few years ago, Doug Engelbart & wife Karen, Ted Nelson & wife Marlene joined me & my wife Judy for dinner http://t.co/JD4BXyKx6p
A few years ago, I had Ted Nelson, Doug Engelbart, and their wives Marlene & Karen over for dinner https://t.co/JD4BXz27XX
SAN JOSE -- Every night, Richard Hess sleeps in Cupertino -- outdoors -- anywhere he can. But on Tuesday morning, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and other dignitaries will be on the homeless man's turf, chatting him up about the gleaming new undertakin…
Napster's first CEO launches coffee cart run by homeless baristas: https://t.co/iKRc4O8anf @mercnews
Housing, and the housing crisis, is starting to get more airtime in the UK. For the first time in a long time there were actually housing based propositions included in major parties election manifestos. They weren’t particularly good but at least t…
Creating webpage for #DemoDev. Excited to see how @joyfuljosu & @andyreevo use @Wikihouse to tackle housing in #Brum https://t.co/KVspD7IsHI
BOSTON Boston is facing a middle-income housing crunch, a problem the mayor’s office says is unprecedented — and getting worse.
ADU's & Density bonuses are two ideas Boston's #HousingiLAB is exploring https://t.co/Kgq9KS9OBg #iteams @WBUR
Boston’s new Housing Innovation Lab is taking on the middle-income housing crunch https://t.co/wxU3e9R0P6 #iteams @newurbanmechs
Governments should stop thinking about refugee camps as temporary places, says Kilian Kleinschmidt, one of the world's leading authorities on humanitarian aid (+ interview). "In the Middle East, we were building camps: storage facilities for people.
"Refugee camps are the "cities of tomorrow", says aid expert" https://t.co/PVfO6KHTFD [Actually very interesting piece]
These colorful homes are bulletproof, fireproof, and can withstand earthquakes. They also maintain a comfortable temperature, produce zero carbon emissions, and are powered by solar and methane gas from recycled waste. Plastic is everywhere.
Nigerians Are Building Fireproof, Bulletproof, And Eco-Friendly Homes With Plastic Bottles And Mud https://t.co/wSCZSPNNvR
Vision of @mayoredlee, @TNDC to develop 20% of portfolio. #SF #affordablehousing https://t.co/HJxApaiFHp via @SFBusinessTimes @MakeRoomUSA
This piece originally appeared on Jed Kolko's blog. The original post can be found here. The entire increase in young adults living with their parents over the past twenty years can be explained by demographic shifts.
Why do #Millennials still live with their parents? Is this the "new normal"? @JedKolko explores on the #Ternerblog: https://t.co/EyktGLfjSY
"Overheard and Understated at #platformcoop" – My review, w/raw quotes to urge more talk https://t.co/3pFU3ptxMJ cc @nathanairplane @TreborS
Alfred Twu made some renderings of what San Francisco would look like if enough apartments had been built in it https://t.co/rDzpa9URLZ
Micro deptos por ZETA, EEUU
ZETA Design + Build Micro Apartments, San Francisco. https://t.co/pV0nWw38BD
Los Angeles has been dining out on its postmodern myth of itself for too long, it seems. The city is like an aging intellectual hipster whose love of the ineffable fragmentary nature of the decentered urban experience has gotten old.
Mature postmodern metropolis seeks long-term relationship: https://t.co/Q500zk9Xbl. My latest @LAObserved
Right on! On land regulation impact on housing affordability globally, see @McKinsey_MGI: https://t.co/1WfNcaQlRC https://t.co/jFkanXjSgB
From his apartment complex, Ashburn Dancy can see the unique string of palm trees over his fence lining Ninth Avenue in Oakland’s Bella Vista neighborhood. The trees stand in the foreground of the city’s skyline, about a mile away.
Oakland BMR Housing Vacant for 10 Yrs | "OHA couldn’t maintain the property bc it was underfunded by the feds" https://t.co/mVGJAMbBSG