Here are some visual impressions of the three-day workshop Social Cities of Tomorrow:
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Social Cities of Tomorrow was an international conference & workshop in Amsterdam, the Netherlands (14-17 February 2012). The event was organized by The Mobile City, Virtueel Platform and ARCAM + partners.
Our everyday lives are increasingly shaped by digital media technologies, from smart cards and intelligent GPS systems to social media and smartphones. How can we use digital media technologies to make our cities more social, rather than just more hi-tech?
These are the results of the three-day “Social Cities of Tomorrow” workshop (14 − 16 Feb. 2012). Most teams made two presentations: a longer one for the public presentation at Mediamatic on 16 February 2012, and a shorter one for the public presentation during the Social
A presentation of the result of two days of workshops that is part of the Social Cities of Tomorrow conference. Providing urban pioneers with plots of unused land plus a Templot app to build an online and offline community of engaged developers of unused spaces
Natalie Jeremijenko talks about one of her many projects: bicycles digitally displaying geotagged information such as bicycle traffic fatalities as you are cycling through the city.
One of the visitors of the Social Cities of Tomorrow Conference shares her impressions of the first half of the programme.
A short interview with Natalie Jeremijenko sharing her views of what constitutes a social city of tomorrow. Embracing complexity is key.
Usman Haque talks about the possibilities for creative solutions with data collected by the public in the city.
We are having a full house Thursday night at Mediamatic for the presentation of our workshop results. Unfortunately, no more tickets are available.
Digital media technologies are becoming increasingly influential in daily urban life. How can we implement these technologies in such a way that they make and maintain the city as a liveable and vibrant environment? How can we best design urban areas where citizens feel at home,
The international conference Social Cities of Tomorrow is sold out. You can use the form on our tickets-page to add yourself to the waiting list. We will contact you if ticket becomes available. There are still tickets available for our pre-conference events: Trust Design #4 Feb 15
A while ago our study ‘Ownership in the Hybrid City’ was published. The study, written in collaboration with Virtueel Platform, informs the upcoming event Social Cities of Tomorrow (14 − 17 Feb 2012). At this moment the study is being translated into English. In the
At Social Cities of Tomorrow, we will feature 12 showcases. All of them make use of urban media in an innovative way and their initiators will share their ambitions as well as their ‘lessons learned.’ We did received far more than 12 interesting proposals, and our jury
Our great Social Cities-intern Margot van der Kroon conducted this highly recommended interview with keynote speaker Dan Hill. 1. What are your main tasks as Strategic Design Lead at Sitra, and what kind of issues are challenging you in particular? I’m one of a four
A while ago our study ‘Ownership in the Hybrid City’ was published. The study, written in collaboration with Virtueel Platform, informs the upcoming event Social Cities of Tomorrow (14 − 17 Feb 2012). At this moment the study is being translated into English (more soon).
Michiel de Lange and Cathy Brickwood are discussing the conference themes in a highly recommended interview at the website of Virtueel Platform. (Unfortunately, it’s only available in Dutch). You can read the interview on the Virtueel Platform website.