Reprogramming the City Stockholm What If

Stockholm’s “What If” Campaign for Reprogramming the City

Stockholm communication agency Le Bureau put together a video overview of their campaign for my Reprogramming the City initiative at ArkDes, the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design. The agency did a fantastic job of taking the central “What If…” catalyst behind the project and amplifying it across media, outdoor billboards and interactive displays, creating an […]

Tranebergsbron Bridge, Stockholm, Vision Divisiom

Reprogramming the City: Stockholm, Launching June 2015

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 […]

Reprogramming the City:
Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure

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 […]

Recycling the elements of Jesolo, Greater Venice, Italy

Reuse and Repurposing of Existing City Materials for New Use: Jesolo, Italy

Can you recycle a city? In an age of limited resources, I explored the notion of recycling existing urban materials for new design use in Jesolo, Greater Venice, Italy. The language of limitation has been shaping our  dialogue for several years. This is not a bad thing. While there is certain and saddening pain felt […]