Urbanista.org is a new webzine, currently in BETA version, of critical perspectives on contemporary urban design responding to social, cultural, political and economic patterns globally. Founded by Lucy Bullivant and designed by &&&, we have exciting initiatives planned for the near future. We want your feedback on our content, so let us know what you think.

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‘Dwell in possibility’*: new issue of Urbanista.org coming soon in spring 2018!

Dwell in possibility’, the next issue of Urbanista.org is coming soon, including Custom & Self build: investigating the sector; Karakusevic Carson’s mixed use and tenure housing in London; Darryl Chen (Hawkins\Brown) on The Emperor’s New Housing – the London Housing Design Guide; and in-depth reviews of Development, Design and Profit in the 21st century, The National Urban Design Conference 2015, Bristol; and Designing City Resilience, RIBA conference, 2015; and Port City Talks Antwerp-Istanbul, MAS, Antwerp (Europalia biennial).

Super-Seeding, the latest Proto/e/co/logics symposium, is staged on Veliki Brijuni, Brijuni National Park, Istria-Croatia, 24 August 2013

Super-Seeding, the latest international architectural symposium in the acclaimed Proto/e/co/logics series curated by architects Alisa Andrasek (Biothing) and Bruno Juričić and staged by MLAUS, the Mediterranean Laboratory for Architecture and Urban Strategies, a private institute of architecture founded in Croatia by architect and academic Bruno Juričić, will be held on Saturday 24 August 2013 from

Tweet City: what if London’s buildings grew according to the amount of data they generated? Hügel and Roumpani’s cool visualisation tool

What if London’s buildings grew according to the amount of data they generate? Stephan Hügel (@urschrei) and Flora Roumpani (@en_topia) two PhD students from The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, have been working on a system to read in Twitter data to CityEngine and link the geo locations to building outlines. ‘As part of our

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