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16/05/2018

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence is a nonprofit organization made up of veteran combatants who have served in the Israeli military since the start of the second intifada and have taken it upon themselves to expose the Israeli public to the reality of everyday life in the occupied territories. We endeavor to stimulate public debate about the […]

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05/03/2018

‘We own the city’

Enabling Community practice in architecture and urban planning In 2014 CITIES Foundation published a magazine about “Enabling Community Practice in Architecture and Urban Planning”. It covers some interesting case studies in Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Moscow, New York and Taipei. Worth a read if you have the time. Check out this preview on ISSUU https://goo.gl/7kCJZi

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28/05/2016

PLASTIC MISSION

Wasted Laboratory

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28/06/2015

Venice – Scuola dei Carmini –

Begun in 1670 to plans by Baldassare Longhena, the building housing this scuola run by the Carmelite order was spared the Napoleonic lootings that dispersed the fittings of most of the other scuole. So we have a good idea of what an early 18th-century Venetian confraternity HQ must have looked like, from the elaborate Sante […]



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27/05/2015

Harnessing the Power of Poo

Repurposing Waste Worldwide In an effort to protect our world for future generations, recycling has become more and more common on both a local and global level. In addition to paper and plastic, people are experimenting with new and diverse recycling processes. Less conventional recycling innovations have enabled all types of communities to reach their […]



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16/03/2015

Copenhagen Norrebro district

They say all you need to do to find Copenhagen’s Jaegersborggade in Nørrebro (the district north of the city centre) is to follow the smell of coffee straight through Assistens Cemetery, the final resting place of two of the city’s most famous sons, Søren Kierkegaard and Hans Christian Andersen. Tempting as it is to dally […]



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02/12/2014

Two-stroke scooters are a dominant source of air pollution in many cities

A study by European researchers has found that two-stroke (2S) scooters, although constituting a small fraction of the fleet, can dominate urban vehicular pollution through organic aerosol and aromatic emission factors up to thousands of times higher than from other vehicle classes.



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10/11/2014

Eqsharing – Milano –

Electric car sharing in Milano

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28/10/2014

SIGNS OF VILNIUS: THE PROJECT.

The project Signs of Vilnius is dedicated to the capital city and the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of restored Lithuanian independence. Against a background of our historical cultural heritage, the signs of steel provide a new interpretation of the entire Lithuanian history and embody the past, the present and the future of our State […]



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