The Ideal City

Exploring Urban Futures


The city is an always changing human experiment.
But in the last half century, it has changed more than ever before – with little sign of slowing down.
As this phenomenon takes place, an increasing number of architects, innovators and policy-makers are rethinking the city to make the most of space and resources.
This book chronicles the design of urban futures.
From apps designed to curb food waste to inventive fresh water infrastructure,
Designing Urban Futures explores the many initiatives and experiments,
all with the shared goal of making the cities of tomorrow a happier, healthier and more inclusive place to be.

SPACE10 are a Delhi and Copenhagen-based think tank on a mission to enable a better everyday life for people and the planet.
The studio is supported by IKEA – working as an independent research and design lab.
Their first book, Future Food Today is a collection of sustainable recipes from the forefront of food trends.



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The Ideal City

SPACE10; Robert Klanten; Elli Stuhler
Sprache: Englisch
256 Seiten, durchgängig mit Abbildungen, gebunden
– Die Gestalten Verlag –      
35,00 EUR