Space Group

Heriot-Watt University

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An informal PhD discussion group within the School of Energy Geoscience Infrastructure and Society, and across its three institutes for all whose research has space at its core, no matter its scale. The group aims to share knowledge, links, news, conferences and call of papers on housing, urban and architectonic space in relation with social, political, economic, cultural and health & well-being issues.

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Smart Cit-izens

"Campo de la Cebada" [Barley's field] in Madrid as one of the best example quoted by The Guardian how smart cities initiatives could be...

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Beijing's Apocalyptic Air Quality

Paper face masks have been common here for a long time, but now the heavy-duty kind with purifying canister filters – of the sort you...…

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If women built cities...?

If women built cities, what would our urban landscape look like?... ...In a classic 1980 essay called What Would a Non-sexist City Be...…

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Liveable cities?

The last trend topic in research about cities: LIVEABILITY

Is Jan Gehl winning his battle to make our cities liveable? The renowned urban ‘rethinker’ says cities should be six or seven storeys...…

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Darkened Cities

Darkened Cities is collection of Thierry Cohen's work of showing what astonishing scene we miss as a result of light pollution.

In Thierry Cohen’s series, Darkened Cities, we think we see bright night skies over cities. Very traditional, very poetical. Actually,...…

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Spain's ghost towns

In addition to Bilge´s previous post about Irland

The case of Seseña: housing bubble in Madrid

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Planning the Cycling City

This graduate level program will explore urban cycling from a Dutch perspective, both historical and current, and provide students with a...…

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Ghost Estates of Ireland

Built with visions of suburban prosperity in more optimistic times, the empty shells of former dream homes dot the countryside among...…

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An Avant-Garde Memorial to Qatar's Rising World-Cup Death Toll

An example of how architecture can be embodiment of things which are unseen, unspoken or beneath the surface.

Construction accidents, heat stroke, disease spread by lousy living conditions—these are the things that have killed more than 1,000...…

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Best City Blogs by the Guardian

To get a better view of what's really happening across the world, we're getting to know the local urban voices who cover their home...…

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