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Old Power Plants, New Energy

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...use will grant these buildings new life. If significant architecture sits in disrepair for decades, ought it still be preserved until a use is found? Does industrial adaptive reuse work...

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Welcome to the Adaptive City

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The industrial age has given way to the digital era, but what does that mean for our cities? Michael Carl, Director of Analysis and Studies at 2b AHEAD,...

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Reusing Industrial Buildings in an Urban Core

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...industry back into the city? This is something San Francisco is currently exploring with it’s PDR (Production, Distribution, Repair) zoning. Additionally, many adaptive reuse projects save only traditional brick-and-stone type...

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Single-Use Items vs. City Streets: How to Reduce and Recycle in the Urban Arena

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...single-use food service items. How can we reduce and reuse in the urban arena? How do we integrate sustainability into this disposable culture, starting with on our streets? Vancouver has...

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A Driverless Future is not just about the Cars

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...community-supportive uses, such as micro-housing, urban agriculture and neighbourhood facilities; Strategies for the reuse of street parking and excess road space, such as priority boarding areas on sidewalks for shared...

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Smart City // Dumb City

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The smart city comes with numerous benefits, from more adaptive mobility systems to enhanced service coordination, but when does a smart city turn dumb? In an insightful article, New Scientist...

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