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As of 1 June 2013 registration is open for participation in the international, biennial design competition The Great Indoors. The Award honours interior design projects in the following four categories: ‘Show & Sell (Retail: shops, showrooms, stands, exhibitions), ‘Relax & Consume’ (Leisure: hotels, bars, clubs, restaurants, spas, wellness centres), ‘Concentrate & Collaborate’ (Work: offices, studios, administration buildings, conference centres), ‘Serve & Facilitate’ (Public: libraries, hospitals, theatres, schools).
The large complex of buildings nestled on level ground along the new Hausmannstaetten bypass road covers three functions: tunnel control centre, central repair shop and road maintenance depot. In order to keep the intrusion to a minimum, the building was interpreted as part of the landscape. It follows the course of the road and the green roofs, which regulate the climate and blend in with the fields farmed in strips. A planted embankment forms the boundary to the bypass. Additionally, the way the elongated position of buildings is chosen, they contribute to noise protection in favor of the neigbouring small houses. On the one hand, the complex consequently uses the existing topographical conditions to minimise noise, energy and routes. On the other hand, its clear, simple design vocabulary stabilises the atmosphere of the heterogeneous environment.
End of the Creative Class. Richard Florida, The Guardian, and Dezeen all covered Tom Campbell’s post on the automation of creative industries and the lack of resistance from the workforce: “On the streets of Hoxton, the artisans of the digital economy are not yet pouring lattes down the back of Apple Macs...”
"The Power of Design" is the title of Karl Stocker's new book on the different efforts in eleven Cities around the globe towards a comprehensive meaning of design. All cities have in common that design plays a vital role in urban life and development. Although sometimes design in a traditional sense can not be easily found, the fact that a preoccupation with it towards a more self-evident use in politics, economy and culture is shown through the citie's commitement in UNESCO's Creative Cities network.
You are young, interested in questions of urban sustainability and studying or working in a related field? You are interested in getting to know people from the same field in an intellectually challenging atmosphere, surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the Austrian mountain village Alpbach? You dare to step up in front of them and tell them about your own ideas and projects?
In India live numerous homeless girls. Ajmer und Nisha Sandhu from Stockholm, Sweden responded by founding Tellusart to help these children. The astonishing fact about this project is that it brings help through art.
The City of Tijuana, Baja California has been undergoing a substantial positive urban development change over a period of several years. Driven by citizens dedicated to sustainable urban issues, social consciousness and participatory citizenship the development of the City is seeing a major economic, ecological and cultural boost.