In the former post, The City Limits I: The City Itself, I talked about the ways of understanding the physical limit of cities. In this post, I still want to talk about the city limits but from a different point of view, not related to physical dimensions. In this case […]
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There is a big issue that has not been answered properly by urban planners, architects, engineers, geographers and other people who study cities. The issue is the one related to the city limits. Obviously, it is difficult to define it and more difficult to do it in a few blog […]
The possibilities that new technologies gives us to manage our mobility are amazing. A carefree society with a car-free mobility.
Here at City Lines I enjoy talking about some of the new paradigms that are arising in our society because the financial crisis, that we are still suffering, is a great opportunity to reflect on this type of issues. One of those paradigms that we are living is the one […]
Citylines supports friendly cities and human scale neighbourhoods. This support takes on that this kind of cities allows people to have a better urban environment and therefore better life quality conditions. The twentieth century speech about developing used to be far away of these planning criteria and has created huge […]
The other day I saw a documentary film about the planned obsolescence. Simplifying, they said that enterprises sell products that break down when expected. So, this means that we purchase stuff that does not long as much as it could. I already knew this “malicious” behaviour of enterprises, but this […]
In this post, I have linked to a video about the suburban housing problems and its relations with a new risk, the increasing of transportation cost. It’s a very illustrative example, sited in Phoenix but that could be sited anywhere, which doesn’t need further explication. Despite this, I think that […]