Urbanism

Tall Stories 326: Quito’s skyscrapers

Lucinda Elliott is in Quito to see how a new swathe of skyscrapers by a collection of international ‘starchitects’ is changing the Ecuadorian capital.See...

The future of mobility – Innotrans 2022

We kick off our unofficial conference season on The Urbanist in Berlin for Innotrans 2022, where we catch up with experts, exhibitors and enthusiasts...

Tall Stories 325: The Queue, London

Andrew Mueller explores the miles-long queue – the most British of tributes – that wound its way through the streets of London as Queen...

Tall Stories 316: Helsinki Cathedral

Petri Burtsoff tells us the story of one of the most iconic features of the Helsinki skyline.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Source link

The accessible city

We look at some of the ways that research and technology can help to remove barriers in our cities, to make them more accessible...

Tall Stories 324: Parc Astérix

Sally Howard describes the ups and downs of one of Europe’s long-standing amusement parks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Source link

Water, water everywhere

We investigate how water interacts with populations around the globe and how cities have learnt to work with it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Source link...

Tall Stories 323: Toronto Islands

Tomos Lewis marks the end of summer in North America with a trip to Toronto’s beloved city-side archipelago.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Source link

Everyone’s a critic

We explore why it’s so important to be critical about our urban environment, as we delve into the world of architecture-and-design criticism to see...