In April 2020, Jeffrey E. Harris, a professor of Economics at the MIT, published a study placing responsibility for the Covid spread on the NYC… Read More »Public transport in times of (post) Covid.
A new paradigm is emerging: the nature and scale of risks are changing. The assumption that past observations may help to better appraise future developments… Read More »Urban resilience and Culture in times of Covid.
Little attention is given to the way urban morphology echoes resilience and how urban fabric can be linked to social construction. The connection between urban… Read More »Connecting art, urban grid and vulnerability.
On July 18th, 2013, the City of Detroit made U.S. history with the largest municipal bankruptcy in the country to date. “There is no roadmap… Read More »Detroit resilience, from reporting lines to desire lines