Large dense and sprawling cities are part of an inescapable global reality. Their advantages have long been praised ever since the Modernists argued for “town as a machine for movement”, but what of their disadvantages? If regulations have shaped the affluent cities in the advanced economies, what of the unregulated or under regulated cities across the world?
The articles shown here were originally published in the Red Envelope journals, a series of publications that follow specific themes related to the built environment, including ‘Urban Planning & Regeneration’, ‘In-Between’, and more. The Red Envelope journals are published by LWK + PARTNERS, and edited by Round City co-founder Rima Alsammarae. The journals aim to provide knowledge and insight on global urban design for readers interested in architecture, design, development and the built environment.
Volume I, Journal I is available to read in digital format here.
Volume I, Journal II is available to read in digital format here.
Volume I, Journal III is available to read in digital format here.