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Álvaro Sánchez González (Ciudad de México, 1932). Doctor en Arquitectura por la UNAM y Profesor Emérito de la Facultad de Arquitectura de la UNAM desde 2003. Pionero en el uso de la computadora como herramienta en la administración de la construcción y proyecto arquitectónico. Colaborador de diversas obras emblemáticas en la Ciudad de México y en el país, como el Palacio de los Deportes y el Museo Nacional de Antropología. La docencia ha sido una labor constante a lo largo de su trayectoria. ...
 
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Mikael meets up with his friend, Danish architect, urbanist and thinker, Bianca Hermansen again. This time to talk long and hard about the importance of urban greenery.They cover... brace yourself… - How urban greenery is patriarchal - and based on outdated policies dictated by men so walking around a city with pollen allergies is basically having …
 
Mikael has a conversation with his friend and colleague Bianca Hermansen - Danish architect and urban planner - about the oft used phrase “Democratic Design”. What it is supposed to mean and whether or not we’re anywhere close to actually doing it properly. They’re not optimistic. Urban design and planning are falling even farther behind despite th…
 
Mikael interviews Deputy Mayor of Helsinki, Anni Sinnemäki. She is basically the politician you wish you could vote for in your city. They had an all-round conversation about her visions for where Helsinki is headed. Carbon neutrality, a zero carbon future, energy transition, the folly of biomass, the ridiculousness of e-scooters, cycling design, m…
 
Mikael discusses the state of the urban cycling nation in Paris with urban designer and mobility consultant Romain Loubiére while sitting on the canal in the spring sunshine on Canal Saint-Martin. They talk about how to tackle the all-dominant traffic engineering culture, the necessity of human observation in traffic planning, Paris’ investment in …
 
We've spent outrageous amounts of time and money trying to engineer the weather out of our lives. We suffer from Climaphobia - not a phobia of extreme weather - just the regular stuff that happens outside your home wherever you may live. Changing peoples' perception is the greatest challenge facing our work to modernise our cities. Understanding wh…
 
Mikael reads aloud from the 1973 essay, The Social Ideology of the Motorcar, by French-Austrian philosopher André Gorz. It is a seminal work that is just as relevant today as it was back then and it has been a big influence on Mikael's work in urbanism.Bởi Mikael Colville-Andersen
 
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