Three things worth checking

Hello friends, This week we leave you with this three different initiatives that we think are worth some of your time. . Urban Observatory is a live museum with a data pulse. You’ll have access to rich datasets for cities around the world that let you simultaneously view answers to the most important questions impacting today’s … Continue reading

Friday Faves! 5 Things to Watch and Read

Here are this week’s Friday Faves… Share and enjoy! Google + Paris Develop the Best and Largest View of Google Earth – The Paris Center for Architecture and Urbanism has teamed up with Google to create an interactive 40-square-meter digital mapping of Paris–the largest of its kind according to Google–as it is expected to be … Continue reading

Friday Faves! 5 Things to Watch and Read

This week in Friday Faves! TEDx talk with Chuck Marohn – Starting out with an interesting comparative between historical Spain and US, the executive director of Strong Towns, emphasizes the importance of returning roads (as opposed to streets) to towns for community and economic development. via DC Streetsblog Making a Middle Landscape – Particularly relevant … Continue reading

From Barcelona, See You in September!

Just a little note and prettymap of our base, Barcelona, to wish everyone a colorful summer, whether you spend it in the city or away from it… We’ll be back in September! ps: You can make your own prettymap at stamen!