Reprogramming the City: Stockholm
Launching June 2015

Posted on February 4, 2015
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Reprogramming the City Vision Division Stockholm

Tranebergsbron Bridge, Stockholm, before and after Vision Division’s proposed reprogramming of it into a shared pedestrian walkway with cultural spaces between the supports.

I am very pleased to share the news that the next version of Reprogramming the City will launch in June 2015 at the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design (ArkDes) in Stockholm, Sweden.

I’ve just returned from laying the foundations for the project there, and am particularly excited about this iteration of Reprogramming the City. ArkDes is a great institution with a very talented team, an enormous exhibition space and public outreach, which will enable the project to be experienced at an entirely new scale.

If you’re new to the project, Reprogramming the City is an exploration of ideas, prototypes and proposals for how the existing structures, surfaces and systems of the city can be repurposed and re-imagined to do more than their original function. It is about looking at the existing assets of the city and asking “What More” could they do, and “What If” the city did more with the things it already has.

Reprogramming the City is about experiencing the hidden potential of the city.

The word experience is an important one to highlight in the context of the Stockholm project. The focus at ArkDes is going to be about directly experiencing repurposed and re-imagined urban structures, surfaces and systems. Information and imagination are vital, but touching, feeling and sensing new urban ideas makes potential seem probable.

Among many meetings there last week, I had the pleasure to meet with Rahel Belatchew Lerdell of Belatchew Arkitekter, the firm behind Buzz Building, a proposed repurposing of an existing Stockholm roundabout into a future food source for the city (below). The project has been a favorite of mine since I first came across it, and plans are underway to make Buzz Building an exceptional experience within Reprogramming the City. I’m not giving any spoilers away just yet, but it’s going to be pretty fantastic.

Buzz Building by Belatchew Arkitekter - taking an existing Stockholm roundabout (left) and reprogramming it to be a future food source for the city.

Buzz Building by Belatchew Arkitekter: Re-imagining an existing Stockholm roundabout (left) as a future food source for the city (right).

More news will come as the project develops. Any questions or want to know more? Please do get in touch.

Video: Reprogramming the City at
Danish Architecture Centre, Copenhagen

Posted on October 16, 2014
Filed Under Copenhagen, exhibitions, Reprogramming the City | Leave a Comment


The promotional video for Reprogramming the City: Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure at the Danish Architecture Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark. Produced by the DAC, it offers a succinct visual and narrative overview of the show, so I thought I would share it here.

For more information on Reprogramming the City, visit the DAC website here, or read my previous post on the project’s development here.

Reprogramming the City
Goes to Copenhagen

Posted on August 21, 2014
Filed Under Copenhagen, exhibitions, ideas, Reprogramming the City | Leave a Comment

Danish Centre for Architecture, Copenhagen

The ways in which Reprogramming the City: Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure has resonated since its launch in Boston last year  at the Boston Society of Architects BSA Space Gallery has been fantastic.

I had the opportunity to talk to mayors from around the world about leveraging the potential of existing urban assets, and was invited to share some ideas on the topic in pieces published in The Guardian, Architizer, The Boston Globe and other places – it’s been a great period of time. While it’s hard to pick a high point from the list, a strong candidate is on the horizon as the project now goes to Copenhagen.

The Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen has asked me to create an updated and expanded version of Reprogramming the City for them. The new version will open on October 1, 2014 at the DAC, Strandgade 27B, Copenhagen, Denmark. There’s a lot to be excited about in the Copenhagen version. A range of new projects will be featured, with a focus on some great initiatives for repurposing urban infrastructure being done in Denmark and Scandinavia. (More info here; and a virtual tour of the venue is here.)

New projects include “Under the Bridge” a proposal by Vision Division to create a pedestrian walkway on the concrete vault of the Tranebergsbron bridge in Stockholm, Sweden, with the covered areas beneath the bridge becoming public entertainment areas for film festivals and cultural events.

Also coming from Stockholm is a bold idea to safeguard future urban food supplies. BuzzBuilding, by Belathew Labs, aim to make Stockholm self-sufficient in protein by transforming the city’s traffic roundabouts into a series of insect farms and bee sanctuaries under their InsectCity project which embraces a number of infrastructural elements of the city as potential food production areas.

Growing Underground, London, UK

Growing Underground, London, UK

There is considerable momentum in the field of repurposing urban infrastructure for food production, as a number of projects along these lines make their entrance into the Reprogramming the City arena. Rooftop farms are represented with Copenhagen’s impressive ØsterGro, while at the other end of the spectrum is Growing Underground, a new initiative that uses disused deep level London Underground tunnels as growing areas to produce local food for London today, and a climate safe growing environment for the future.

Urban Air by Stephen Glassman

Urban Air by Stephen Glassman

Also featured will be new images and updated project information from projects such as Urban Air (above) and a range of other projects that were part of the project’s Boston premiere.

The new and expanded version of Reprogramming the City: New Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure is an exciting move forward for the project, and establishes an EU-specific version of the exhibition to continue on to other European venues.

“Nations talk. Cities act.” Five Insights from the MIPIM Mayor’s Think Tank in Cannes

Posted on March 17, 2014
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Gathering of Mayors and City Officials at MIPIM Mayor’s Think Tank. Credit: MIPIM

For those who wonder what is on the mind of the world’s mayors, last week’s MIPIM Mayor’s Think Tank in Cannes, France was a rare opportunity to discover just that. In the Salon Royan of the Cannes Majestic Hotel, mayors and officials from cities around the world gathered to talk about what their cities were doing, what issues were important to them, and to hear some new ideas for cities from me and how to get the funding to make them happen.

The day kicked off with my opening keynote outlining ideas and strategies to leverage the potential of existing urban assets, with a specific focus on maximizing the potential of existing infrastructure.


As part of a nicely put together program, I was followed by John D. Macomber from the Harvard Business School who oultined strategies for private investment in infrastructure projects. Following this one-two combination of “here’s some ideas … and here’s how you can pay for them”, the heart of the session opened up as the mayors discussed, workshopped and reported out the key topics on their minds.

“There are opportunities within the problems.”

Below is a selection of themes that were shared at the end as the chairs of each subgroup reported out. Though cities face a vast array of problems, Dr. Arab Hoballah, Chief Sustainable Consumption and Production of the United Nations Environment Programme [UNEP], summed up the spirit of the day: “There are opportunities within the problems.”

1. City Autonomy: Let the Cities Decide

In my keynote, I touched on the topic of distributed infrastructure and how cities can become more resilient and resourceful by decentralizing systems. This became part of a much larger focus on decentralization of great importance to mayors – that of City Autonomy and the need to decentralize cities from central government control.

“The world,” said Bernard Brochand, Mayor of Cannes, “will be saved by the mayors. You are the only ones who know the problems, know the avenues to prosperity.”

“We have to work on resource efficient cities, and the message we’d like to give is that local public incentive, investment and control on policies is very important to build resource efficient cities. In particular, cities should be able to decide – and it is important that they are the ones to decide – the operator who is going to deliver the service to the people, whether it be a local public company or a private company.” *

“It is important to be able to control the way the services are built and that sustainable solutions are invented by local actors.”

“Central control is stifling innovation and investment.”

“It’s not only about more money it is about being in control of how you spend it.”

“Autonomy should offer the potential and capacity of cities to be more autonomous in terms of energy production and energy supply. Consider the buildings first, and then the rest of the city as a provider of energy, not only a consumer. It is a great opportunity that mayors have not fully embraced.”

2. The Potential of City Regions Transcends National Borders

Cross-border collaborations have an immense amount of potential that can be thwarted by the limitations of national borders. Across the street in the Palais des Festivals, this was fully demonstrated in an intriguing city pavilion: The Copenhagen Malmo Region – a collaborative initiative for development and investment that transcends the respective borders of Denmark and Sweden to view the neighboring cities as a single entity of opportunity. “More than Scandinavia,” as their PR material says. It was a theme playing out elsewhere in the world.

“Cities are older than states.”

Cieszyn, Czech Republic and Cieszyn, Poland, are just across the border [from each other]. They have the same issues to deal with. So they can cooperate and exchange ideas on how they do it – regenerating brown field sites, transforming the old coal mining industry into something new. The same thing between Copenhagen and Malmo. Malmo is known by those in Copenhagen as being a good example of waste management, where Copenhagen has other things to offer, so the cooperation is very important.”

The justification for this also lies at the basis of the “Ljubljana Forum”. As Miran Gajsek, Head of Urban Planning for Ljubljana noted, “Cities are older than states.”

3. Early, Clear, Collaborative Thinking Cures Complexity

“It is vital to have clarity and collaboration in terms of governance, especially between investment and planning, and the relationships between levels of government.”

“Quality and clarity of leadership is needed for outside investment.”

“Thinking on Scott’s keynote presentation outlining the opportunities in current urban assets, the key is that you need to dissect this process in order to assess the hidden value in the different component parts of the infrastructure. The importance is to include into this thinking very early on in the planning the growing social inequalities in the city.”

4. Great ideas are everywhere. Communication makes them work.

“There’s a lot of vibrancy of ideas coming from the public sector and the private sector, but not everywhere is the demand in society right enough to make them actually work – to make them work at scale where they can really make a difference. The key thing is how you tell the story.”

“As a city, you have to tell the story. Think about how the citizens are going to perceive, understand and appreciate what it is you are trying to do. Think about what this means in terms of work within the city, between different departments and how you engage the people in your communication department early enough on in the process to be able to integrate this thinking on communicating to the citizens, which is perhaps the most important part.”

“Technology, infrastructure, resource management… it’s still about citizens. It’s still about how this is communicated.”

“We usually call on citizens to be more proactive, and to think more of the future, the next generation and so on, but the greatest incentive to them is when we show them that they are going to reduce their personal expenditures, for example, how they are going to save money using public transport. That is more efficient than calling for good behavior in everyone.”

“The highest tech solutions will not work if you don’t have ‘take-up’ – if the citizens don’t understand the value that is in it for them.”

5. Developing Cities Need to be Part of the Conversation

“There are no sustainability solutions if developing cities aren’t part of the conversation. Developing cities have to be invited if global sustainability has a chance. If things go wrong in those cities, what we do here won’t matter.”


* Unattributed quotes are table summaries from the moderators, so individual attribution has not been given.

Upcoming: How to Operate on a City

Posted on January 8, 2014
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What does the reconstructive Tommy John surgery that has given many injured baseball pitchers a second life and my urban renewal design strategies have in common? More than most are aware of.

On Monday, February 10th I will be giving a public lecture at the Wentworth Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management titled “How to Operate on a City: Corrective Surgeries for Neglected Urban Areas”. It is a lecture I’ve waited a long time to give – partly because it’s a chance to dig into the themes and processes behind some key projects, but mostly because it gives me a chance to step outside the usual paradigm of work overview lectures and explain my strategies and approaches in the context of rehabilitative and reconstruction surgery on the city. As the promotional copy for my lecture says…

Most mark the illness or injury that requires surgery by moments of being in an ill state, and then of being in recovery. We rarely have access to or understanding of the process and procedures between these two points and what is required to ensure the surgical process is successful. Scott Burnham has been invited by numerous cities around the world to devise treatments for areas of their public realm through design and architectural interventions. From rapid prototyped bus stops in Portugal to vast public designs created collectively by the public in The Netherlands, where his work was credited by author Aaron Betsky as being “some of the most promising experiments, not in urban design, but in designing the urban, I have seen so far.”

In this lecture, Burnham shares the processes and procedures behind his many projects that operate on the urban body. It will be the first time he has offered a detailed look at the method behind his work, offering wide-ranging insight into site selection, strategy and team assembly, working with unusual materials and skill sets, bringing municipal authorities along on adventurous urban projects, and what to do when a work consisting of 250,000 pennies runs afoul of the Amsterdam police.

If you are in the Boston area, I hope you’ll come along to share in an evening I’m looking forward to very much. Here are the details:

5pm, Monday, February 10, 2014
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Blount Auditorium, Annex Central
550 Parker Street, Boston, MA

New Writings in The Guardian and others on Repurposing Urban Infrastructure

Posted on November 27, 2013
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It’s been a tremendously busy  autumn, but I’ve finally found some time to collect the links from recent articles I’ve written on repurposing existing urban infrastructure and how design approaches should change to increase connectivity and creative capital in cities.

These links and many more appear on my Writing page, but for quick access, here’s a summary of where my most recent writings can be found:



Can Urban Innovation Meet Growing Needs?

“To unlock the full potential of our cities and solve pressing problems, we must re-imagine the existing urban infrastructure writes Scott Burnham”
Read the full article here




Ten Innovative Ideas Boston Should Embrace 

“Urban Strategist Scott Burnham presents ten new ideas – inspired by cities around the world – that could revitalize Boston’s urban landscape.”
Read the article on here




Design With Cities, Not For Them

“…[the] city has all the resources it needs; the key to unlocking these resources is seeing the urban landscape not as the end result of a previous creative process, but as the beginning of a new onea landscape to design with, not for.”
Read the full article here





Existing City Infrastructure can be ‘Reprogrammed’

“Across the world, innovative solutions to urban needs are emerging from new uses for existing structures and systems. Officials are joining hands with engineers and corporate R&D teams to improve access to essential resources like water, energy and sunlight, and increase social and environmental wellbeing, by reimagining the potential of the resources they already have.”

Read the full article here




Motioning for Transport

“The existing systems for transporting bodies around cities is challenged to keep pace with the numbers, types, and desires of their mobile residents. Due to the lethargy, negativity, or shortsightedness of many city or state municipalities, the citizens have taken it upon themselves to address the matter. A variety of inventive efforts have been enacted in urban centers worldwide, with the improvement of daily life in mind.” 

Feature article, Issue 39; not available online (sorry) | More information here

Reprogramming the City:
Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure

Posted on August 7, 2013
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Now that the media and blogging community has had first dibs on covering my latest project, it’s time to talk about it here.

Reprogramming The City: Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure is a global overview of ways in which existing urban infrastructure is being re-imagined, re-purposed and re-invented to do more in the city. It’s a collection of ideas of how cities can do more with the structures and systems they already have. The exhibition is on at Boston Society of Architects’ BSA Space Gallery until September 29, 2013.

The exhibition is an illustration of my belief that the city holds a vast amount of untapped ability. The structures, surfaces, objects and systems that underpin its daily operations have the potential to do more, to perform an alternate function, or assume an entirely new role in the mechanism of the city.

Reprogramming The City explores a new paradigm of urban creativity and resourcefulness that treats the hardware of the city as a platform of opportunity, and infrastructure not as the end result of a previous creative process, but the beginning of a new one.

Light Therapy from Umea, Sweden: Repurposing the city's bus stops as light therapy stations.

Light Therapy from Umea, Sweden: Repurposing the city’s bus stops as light therapy stations.

Reprogramming the City is a collection of some of the best ideas I’ve found in cities around the world that apply resourceful strategies to the existing physical assets of the city. The projects highlighted in Reprogramming the City go beyond being just aesthetic improvements for the city – they represent a new innovative and resourceful approach, transforming the existing physical assets of the city into vehicles to benefit public health, movement, communication, social cohesion and environmental concerns.

UTEC Water Billboard from Lima, Peru: harvesting the air's humidity for clean drinking water in one of the world's most arid cities.

UTEC Water Billboard from Lima, Peru: harvesting the air’s humidity for clean drinking water.

The notion of reprogramming our relationship with the city, and the role design in the city, has always been at the center of the urban design projects I’ve created and directed over the years. A couple years ago I began a wide-ranging research project exploring how a new spirit of resourcefulness was emerging in cities everywhere. This exhibition is the first of many projects that will come out of my ongoing research in this field.

Reprogramming the City isn’t only a display of projects from other cities, it is also a lab of sorts for new prototypes for reprogramming existing urban assets. City Tickets by Mayo Nissen (pictured at right, below) is one such prototyped project being launched in the exhibition. The City of Boston provided a Multispace Parking Pay Machine for Nissen to literally reprogram to provide a model for how the machines could serve an additional function in the city beyond just dispensing units of time for parking.


City Tickets (far right) and idea station for ideas for future parking meter use.

Nissen’s reprogrammed parking pay machine now integrates with the city’s 311 incident/fault reporting system, offering the public an opportunity to print out a list of incidents or faults in the city that have been reported in the area surrounding the machine (broken street lights, potholes in need of repair), and a real-time response from the city as to how the incidents are being responded to. Users can also print out a form for them to submit a new incident or fault report, or simply offer a suggestion for improvements for the area. To the side of the City Tickets prototype is an area for visitors to the gallery to submit their own ideas for what future parking pay machines could do, or be, in the city.

Visitors with a keen eye will realize there are more assets within the exhibition from the City of Boston than just the parking machine. It was very important to me when designing the show that the exhibition be of the city and not just about the city. All display structures, signage and freestanding images are actual street signs, posts, foundations and assorted physical materials provided directly by the City of Boston’s operations department. When visitors are done seeing the displays in the first section of the exhibition, turn around and look behind you. The building blocks of the exhibition – particularly the material on which the images are mounted – then become clear:


Looking behind the first section of the exhibition, printed on Boston street signs.

And all information panels for each item on display are printed directly on repurposed street signs:


The first group of info panels, printed on Boston street signs.

Reprogramming the City: Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure is on view at the Boston Society of Architects BSA Space Gallery, 290 Congress Street, Boston, until September 29, 2013. More information can be found here.

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