116: Place + Urbanism — City: Ever Evolving includes

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With this issue, Shinkenchiku-sha launches a new series entitled ‘Place + Urbanism’. “Place” refers to more than just locations in the city. Rather, it looks towards the character that defines neighbourhoods as places which support the lives and activities of the people who live and work there, and as situations that include architectural spaces. “Urbanism” refers not only to top-down urban planning but also bottom-up approaches in the form of shared ideals about life in the city. The complementary relationship between place and urbanism thus forms the essential basis of the series. This inaugural issue looks at changes taking place in 21 cities around the world.

Introduction: Urbanism Series of “Place + Urbanism”

From Architecture to Urbanism, From Urbanism to Architecture
Masatoshi An × Takayuki Kishii × Wataru Tanaka ×Naoto Nakajima × Takefumi Kurose

Mapping: 21 Leading Projects

Sunset Park (New York, USA)
Hudson Yards (New York, USA)
Campus Martius Park (Detroit, USA)
Streets of San Francisco (San Francisco, USA)
Quayside (Toronto, Canada)
HafenCity (Hamburg, Germany)
Poblenou District (Barcelona, Spain)
Israel's Square and Norreport Station (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Ars Electronica Festival (Linz, Austria)
Stratford (London, UK)
Boulogne-Billancourt (Paris, France)
Busan North Port (Busan, South Korea)
Futian District (Shenzhen, China)
Huashan1914 Creative Park (Taipei, Taiwan)
Nguyen Hue Street (Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam)
Lhong 1919 (Bangkok, Thailand)
Public Housing in Dawson (Dawson, Singapore)

Open Green Taipei, Opens Green Life(Taipei, Taiwan)
Pei-Yin Shih(Collaborative O. Company)

Characteristics of Helsinki, the birthplace of MaaS and suggestions for Japan(Helsinki, Finland)
Haruhiko Ikeda(KPMG Mobility Institute of Japan)

See Future from The “U shapes” of Africa
Izumi Sakata(architect, OSA Japan)

Smart City in Historic Chandigarh, a City Planned by Le Corbusier(Chandigarh, India)
Kunihide Kikuta(Cisco Systems)


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