‘Forget About Utopia’
Now Urbanism: The Future City Is Here
The center of gravity is shifting to the cities of the South, moving definitively below the equator. This shift is creating a new political and social equator – a messy, snaking line defined not by latitude, but by the global distribution of wealth. It skirts around neighborhoods, creating pockets of unimaginable affluence in Rio de Janeiro and zones of unexpected deprivation in Athens. South of this equator, urban communities are growing faster than ever anticipated, in the process posing challenges we are struggling to comprehend and address.
|Title||Now Urbanism: The Future City Is Here|
|Authors||Alfredo Brillembourg & Hubert Klumpner|
|Editors||Jeffrey Hou, Benjamin Spencer, Thaisa Way, Ken Yocom|