HELLO, ROBOT. Design Between Human and Machine: Part 5

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  Image: Future Food District, Installation for the World Expo 2015, Milan © Carlo Ratti Associati, photo: Del no Sisto Lignani This series of articles by Carlo...

HELLO, ROBOT. Design Between Human and Machine: Part 4

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  Image: Brion Cemetery by Carlo Scarpa This series of articles by Carlo Ratti with Daniele Belleri was first published as a catalogue for the Vitra Design Museum's...

HELLO, ROBOT. Design Between Human and Machine: Part 3

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  Image: Helium Sensors with Smart City Stack This series of articles by Carlo Ratti with Daniele Belleri was first published as a catalogue for the Vitra Design...

HELLO, ROBOT. Design Between Human and Machine: Part 2

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  Image: Carlo Ratti Associati. Digital Water Pavilion for the Zaragoza Expo 2008. © Carlo Ratti Associati, photo: Ramak Fazel This series of articles by Carlo Ratti...

HELLO, ROBOT. Design Between Human and Machine: Part 1

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This series of articles by Carlo Ratti with Daniele Belleri was first published as a catalogue for the Vitra Design Museum's "Hello Robot" exhibition. It is...

Designing the Digital City

Giving visual and spatial form to big societal ideas can be a designer's greatest challenge. But in an era when so many of those...

Building Anti-Fragile Cities—A Primer

Have our aspirations for sustainable, livable cities of tomorrow been burned to the ground? Image: B. Fuller's Expo67 Habitat dome in flames. "It's not the strongest of...

Design Exchange Toronto Exhibit—Nature or Nurture?

Does evolution design better than we do? MESH Cities is in an exhibit at Toronto's Design Exchange exploring that question. It's an honour to be exhibiting...

The Turbulent Times of City Chief Digital Officers

How to change things: Buckminster Fuller (image from ilikearchitecture.net) The new Chief Digital Officer position some cities are adding to their management teams is not well understood,...

Mark Kingwell on The IdeaCity: Ten Years After

This posting was written for readingtoronto.com in November of 2005. Ten years later it remains as nuanced and topical as it did then.  Everybody talks nowadays...
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