Cities and Grand Projects
Professor Kees Christiaanse, Programme Leader, Future Cities Laboratory
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Cities, as engines of economies, sites of diversities and centers of innovation, accommodate more people today than at any point in history. What makes cities work and how do multibillion-dollar grand projects, like those initiated by hosting the Olympic Games, affect the rhythms of a city? We find out from architect, urban planner and programme leader of Future Cities Laboratory Professor Kees Christiaanse.
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