How we interact with ground level, street design directly impacts our walking experience and engagement with neighborhoods and cities.
High & Low Rise Buildings Stand in Harmoy
MORPHOCODE demonstrates the true density and history of the urban fabric of New York City.
What can North American cities learn from Copenhagen about adapting and evolving city culture? Helle Søholt and Jeff Risom of Gehl Architects share engaging observations and innovations.
Jobs are moving away from the suburbs and back into cities, following the continual trend of rising populations in cities worldwide. What jobs are now being most offered and to whom?
Copenhagen is a city that has developed into a place for people, pedestrians and cyclists versus a city for cars.
"I’ve been wanting to take these pictures since I was a teenager, peering out of a window of a jet liner...Every time I landed at LaGuardia or JFK, I would see incredible lights in the city and in the streets of New York and I’ve always wanted to try to find a way to make these photographs." - Vincent Laforet
"Living in densely populated, ethnically diverse neighborhoods lead “open to experience” types to be happier with their lives." -Richard Florida
As we move toward the future of our cities, first some learning about our past.