Bilbao: Making is Believing | 30 September 2017 | by Vineeta Shetty When architect Susana González was transferred by her firm from Buenos Aires to Bilbao in the early 80s, she looked around in tears at the soot-covered buildings and the sludge-choked river, thinking she had been given a hardship post. Urban and industrial overdevelopment […]
Hong Kong Envisions Architecture for Food Resiliency
18 December 2014 | by Vineeta Shetty In the second half of a 2-part article on vertical farming in the 2 city states, The Smart Citizen highlights the ecological vision for the Semi-Autonomous Region of Hong Kong. Before urban expansion ignited, Hong Kong generated over two-thirds of its own produce from local farms. In the […]
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