An interview with professor David Canter, architectural psychologist and founder of Investigative Psychology.
An interview with Amira Badran, an architect/ urban planner, and placemaker.
An interview with Rony Al Jalkh, a placemaking activist and practitioner in Beirut. In the diverse Lebanon capital, Beirut, he is joining efforts to promote and establish peacemaking through bringing people together for placemaking. In cooperation with the American University of Beirut, a project within the student’s course, brought together students, instructors, municipality leaders, civil society organizations and members from the private sector in order to raise awareness, mobilize community, and increase public space provision for peacemaking.
CASE STUDY: Mariahilfer Strasse, Vienna, Austria
Jeroen Laven (STIPO), Gert Jan te Velde (Vanschagen architekten) and Paul Elleswijk (Havensteder), write in Take Action #2 about the transformation of ZOHO, the Zomerhofkwartier in Rotterdam. They explain how they’ve used slow urbanism in this former industrial/business area and the use of local key-players like Roodkapje, Hostel de Mafkees and Restaurant Gare du Nord. Since this is a continuance development, follow their Facebook page for more news and recent developments!
An article by Samar Héchaimé, a user experience strategist, planner, brand strategist, designer, ethnographer and wayfinder, and she has worked and lived in the USA, China, across Europe and the Middle East.