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What does Henri Lefebvre mean for us today?

What does Henri Lefebvre mean for us today?

Stephen Read along with old Complex Cities students Martine de Laat-Lukkassen and Tadas Jonauskis have just had their paper on adapting Henri Lefebvre to the 21st century published in Space and Culture. The paper is part of a special edition on Henri Lefebvre looking forward and continues the theme on space and technology. The paper tackles...

Randstad seminar #04: Local structure and coherence in China today

The 4th Randstad research seminar took place in OTB on the 20th February 2013 with about 30 people in attendance. Prof Frank Pieke, a specialist in the Chinese state and government, was due to speak to us in the context of the INTI-led Shenzhen project but had to cancel at the last moment. In the...

Paper published in Inflexions

Arakawa and Gins have been amongst the most innovative thinkers on the subject of action and space. The paper I submitted to this special issue on them is now on-line. It continues the thinking on the collective and technical conditions of action I began with Technicity and Publicness. Please follow and like us:
Spatial Planning and Strategy gets an FP-7 project

Spatial Planning and Strategy gets an FP-7 project

The Chair of Spatial Planning and Strategy and the OTB have won a bid for a FP7 project (FP7-energy-smartcities-2012) funded by the European Commission as partners with a number of municipalities and universities led by Eskilstuna in Sweden. The project will be called Planning for Energy Efficient Cities (PLEEC). It is worth 350 000 euros...

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