The book Red Light City was presented and debated in Brussels at Recyclart on 8th September. Authored by Tsaiher Cheng with reports from Amsterdam, Antwerp, Hong Kong, Montreal and Taipei the book reveals that every red light district is different in its urban form and and relation to the city. The main question addresses the significance of sex work for the architecture of the city, particularly in red light districts which are designated for urban renewal.
First Phase of ‘MensenWerk’
The central question of our ongoing research ‘MensenWerk – The Future of Urban Living, Planning for the Unknown’ is not about the exact programming of urban transformation areas in the future. It is rather: how to deal with the spatial integration of economy and work in the future…
SPCitI at the WAI Learning Session
On July 13th, SPCitI was invited to participate in the Interactive Learning Session on WASH and Urban Development & Design for WASH experts organized by the WASH Alliance International (WAI) in Amsterdam. The WAI is an international organization working towards granting universal and sustainable access to water and sanitation around the world.