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- Making cities better for children: meet Urban95
- Tackling housing inequality in Atlanta: meet Wanona Satcher
- Keeping makers in cities: how do we safeguard urban studios?
- Hong Kong designers reimagine the city’s pocket parks
- How Leith took on property developers – and won
- Preserving public art in a city of earthquakes
- Authentic Anren: How China’s largest museum split a city in two
- From struggling football club to vital community hub: the story of CS Lebowski
- The void deck: Singapore’s secret community infrastructure
- Inside the decline of London’s youth clubs
- How does place shape who we are?
- Could self-build help tackle homelessness in the UK?
- From Athens to Anfield: The successes of community-led regeneration
- A city with no more secrets: digitising urban knowledge
- Ménage à trois cents: the rise of co-living in Paris
- The tools of exclusion in American cities
- An archive of NYC’s public transport graphic design
- The democratic monument: rethinking Britain’s town halls
- Cycling in Mexico City: the good, the bad and the terrifying
- A layered thing: life under Birmingham’s Spaghetti Junction
- From Rihanna to Portlandia: can culture ruin a city’s reputation?
- How art and street seating exposed a city’s social divides
- Welcome to the Sky Farm
- Women can be city leaders, too?
- The ultimate ‘linear city’
- Brutal heritage: renewing London’s icons
- Book of the year: City by City
- From Marseille to Manchester: what can we learn from ‘second cities’?
- Capturing urban ghosts: Rik Moran’s Flâneurism
- Past as future: making adaptive reuse work
- Making inclusive spaces of trade in Durban
- There They Carved A Space: photo essay
- Infra-structured landscapes
- Dreams of home: the problems of selling a housing fantasy
- London: line by line
- Istanbul: They call it chaos, we call it home
- Building a friendlier Singapore
- LA’s public works: rethinking the city’s transport infrastructure
- Vacating the city: European summers
- Living layers in Berlin
- ‘A fuzzy and fertile ground’: embedding participation in urban transformation
- Towards a leaner, greener urbanism
- The urban silk route
- Housing London’s young
- Review: Sensing Spaces
- The urban age(s): what is an age-friendly city?
- Love/hate London
- Planning for our urban future: TEDxBerlin City 2.0
- How to regenerate inclusively
- Do we need a Chief Built Environment Adviser?
- Key ideas from Future of Places
- Gezi Park and why public space matters
- Makers in spaces: the rise of new urban manufacturing and its role in placemaking
- From registration to regeneration: the transformation of former schools
- Brewing positive change
- Can we improve wellbeing in cities?