Asking questions about DIY Urbanism

The first blog in this series from the KTH Centre for a Sustainable Built Environment looked at what DIY Urbanism is, the second at what’s going on in DIY Urbanism in Sweden, and the third on international trends in DIY Urbanism. This final blog post in the series reflects on the role of research in DIY Urbanism. It…

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    DIY Urbanism around the world

    This post will focus on DIY Urbanism as a global phenomenon. Many communities around the world are engaged in building grass-roots urban capacity and – vitally – are sharing their working methods via social technologies with communities around the world.

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      DIY Urbanism: building up Swedish Pedal Power

      In this second blog post from the KTH Centre for a Sustainable Built Environment we pick up the theme of DIY Urbanism recently kicked-off, this time looking at what’s happening in Sweden. Is DIY Urbanism taking root in Sweden? – Sweden, KTH researcher Karin Bradley reflects from her campus office in Stockholm, hasn’t been an early…

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        Grannverkstan ingjuter hembygds-feeling

        Alla är vi medskyldiga till att segregationskrafterna obönhörligt sållar olika ifrån varandra. Idag är våra städer mer uppdelade än någonsin. Förr fungerade ofta våra skolor som kulturella nav och brobyggare i våra städer. Tyvärr skjutsas barn till välbemedlade föräldrar numera långväga till mer populära friskolor, vilket naturligtvis underminerar potentiell integration i de kommunala skolorna. När…

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