Competition |

MICROHOME 2020 - Small Living, Huge Impact!

Bee Breeders

Registration:  Wed, Sep 9, 2020
Submission:  Wed, Dec 9, 2020
Resource |

Project for Public 

Image The Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Initiative on Innovation and Placemaking

Essay Competition |

What is Sustainable Architecture?

Bee Breeders in partnership with Archhive Books

Registration:  Nov 11, 2020
Submission:  Dec 14, 2020

Competition |

Pavilion Of Humanity: First Contact

Bee Breeders

Registration:  Tue, Sep 15, 2020
Submission:  Sun, Dec 13, 2020

Empirical Urbanism |


Typecast is supported, in part, by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.

Design justice |

Design Justice Actions

by DJA Taubman

June 22, 2020

Participatory project |



LAND Studio


Firm |

Drawing Architecture Studio

“These axonometric projections are not necessarily all about representing spaces in an orderly, logical way...capturing the phenomenology of urban life”

Film |

Supersurface - An alternative model for life on the Earth

by  Superstudio
Image by Superstudio. Theme between nature and humanity
Programming |

Klaus Littmann Has Converted an Austrian Soccer Stadium into a Forest

“Swiss art curator Klaus Littmann has transformed an Austrian soccer stadium into a native Central European forest. Using 300 trees and the help of landscape architect Enzo Enea, the Wörthersee Stadium in Klagenfurt is now Austria’s largest public art installation.”
Photography is by Gerhard Maurer

Summer | Anusha

The Zestful Mountains

Rajghad hike in Pune has been the most engaging and well connected of all our senses. The vast patches of green served as a soothing treatment to our eyes. We could clearly listen to the birds singing while we made our way up to the fort. The trail was very slippery and more so the rocks were steep which made it difficult. An eclectic mixture of flowers of varying colours peppered the trail. The true beauty was when we reached the top. The clouds were at our level, some of them literally passing by us and sopping in the process. The beauty of the hills amidst the fertile landscape during the rainy season was really a sight to be seen, for words fail to describe it in its entirety.
Woman in the Discipline |

Can a City Be Feminist?

by Leilah Stone

July 7, 2020

Covidization |

'China's lifeblood': street hawkers make surprise return to fire up ailing economy

Thu 11 Jun 2020
A street vendor selling sweets waits for customers along a street in Beijing on 11 June
Photograph: Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images
Urban unrest and space |

How Urban Design Can Make or Break Protests

Thu 11 Jun 2020
Egyptian protesters gather in Tahrir Square on January 25, 2013. Around 75 percent of Cairo's 20 million plus people live within nine miles of the public space.
Photo by Jonathan Rashad

Art |

The Happiness Machine

by Mark Lascelles Thornton

“An allusion to modern consumerism and roboticized lives we currently live”

America's water crisis |

A series on the challenges many in the US face getting access to safe, clean, affordable water, and the injustices to those most at risk.

‘Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, nearly 14m households were unable to afford their water bills.’
Illustration: Erre Gálvez/The Guardian
Ephemeral Urbanism |

Programming the Urban Surface

by Alex Wall

Image OMA parc-de-la-villette

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