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Edible City – Grow the Revolution
Edible City - Grow the Revolution

Edible City is a fun, fast-paced journey through the Local Good Food movement that’s taking root in the San Francisco Bay Area, across the nation and around the world. Introducing a diverse cast of extraordinary and eccentric characters who are challenging the paradigm of our broken food system, Edible City digs into their unique perspectives [...]

Collaboration is much more than consultation
Collaboration is much more than consultation

Alice Lester, programme manager at the Planning Advisory Service, addresses the “Neighbourhood planning makes better places” audience. cabe.org.uk/planning Collaboration is much more than consultation from CABE on Vimeo.

Localism, open source and collaborative planning
Localism, open source and collaborative planning

Kathy MacEwen, head of planning advice at CABE, on proposed reforms to the planning system and the key levers for good design. cabe.org.uk/planning

Working with communities on collaborative planning
Working with communities on collaborative planning

Marilyn Taylor, CABE LDF workshop chair, on the challenges, opportunities and potential successes of true collaborative planning. cabe.org.uk/planning Working with communities on collaborative planning from CABE on Vimeo.

The challenge for localism
The challenge for localism

Vincent Goodstadt, CABE LDF workshop chair, on the new planning system and the continuing need for strategic spatial planning. cabe.org.uk/planning The challenge for localism from CABE on Vimeo.

Neighbourhood plans and localism: a local authority perspective
Neighbourhood plans and localism: a local authority perspective

Paul Watson, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and CABE LDF workshop chair, on localism and the opportunities for planners. cabe.org.uk/planning Neighbourhood plans and localism: a local authority perspective from CABE on Vimeo.

Neighborhoods in Action
Neighborhoods in Action

Produced by the Active Living Network, a project of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. An interview with legendary author, Jane Jacobs, who wrote “The Death and Life of Great American Cities.” The film explores the role of the built environment in physical activity and public health.

Algorithmic Sustainable Design: The Future of Architectural Theory
Algorithmic Sustainable Design: The Future of Architectural Theory

Lecture 1. Recursion and the Fibonacci sequence. Universal scaling. Biophilia. N. Salingaros lecture 1 from 12 from arch4people on Vimeo. Lecture 2. Geometric Recursion and Fractals. The Sierpinski gasket. Perforation, bending, and folding. Anti-gravity anxiety. Architecture of the horizontal. N. Salingaros lecture 2 from 12 from arch4people on Vimeo. Lecture 3. Universal distribution of sizes. [...]