Balkrishna Doshi

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Shrimp farms run by the World Wildlife Fund on the outskirts of Hong Kong. Credit Billy H.C. Kwok for The New York Times

Turning Point: A World Bank report concludes that more than 143 million people will become “climate migrants” escaping crop failure, water scarcity and sea-level rise.

When culture and recreation come together communities emerge.
When communities become societies a settlement is formed.
In those realities we inhabit our aspirations of togetherness.

Sustainable cities are like a forest: ever-growing and diverse. In a forest, each branch, each trunk, each tree is unique, blossoming in its own way. Yet everything is connected. Everything in the forest has its role in a cosmic symphony. The city is no different.

The city, too, is an organism, both stable and fluid, static and constantly transforming.…  Seguir leyendo »