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Building the Cities of the Future

How to use human-centered design to build denser, more communal cities

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DDriven by rapid population growth, technological advancement, and ecological uncertainty, the need for sustainability in cities has created an opportunity for designers to pause and consider what life will look like in the next 20, 50, and 100 years. It is a moment that will define not…




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Heidi Marshman

Heidi Marshman

I write about designing spaces and experiences for your mind, entrepreneurship, brain health and performance (and occassionally other things!…)

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