HOW WILL WE WALK OUR CITIES IN THE FUTURE?

DIPL.-ING. ARCHITECTURE

M.A. URBAN FUTURES 
 

I am urbanist and transformative researcher (M.A. Urban Futures), coming from the field of architecture and having worked in construction and design. My work passion lies in Human Mobility, Socio-Spatial Interaction and Perceptual Studies as well as Urban Identity research, with keen interest in promoting transdisciplinary and user-centered urban research/planning. Having conducted research in the South Asian region of dynamic, high-density Singapore, I would like to continue my research in a transdisciplinary work environment and globally networked to explore the question of what the future urban habitat should look like in view of conscious human mobility and space use.

Photo Credit: Sarah Kastner Fotografie.

Photo: "Active Mobility in Singapore." Photo credit: Own photography. 

In global terms, urban society is moving away from the model of a "car-friendly city" towards an environment on a "human scale". The question arises as to what extend the future urban living space should look like in terms of new mobility and appropriation of space - and in the context of digitalization and technological progress.

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS AND BLOG CONTENT 

Dezember 2020 How Will We Walk Our Cities in The Future? The Contexts and Meaning of How We Walk - Perceive and Build (Urban) Spacehttps://theccd.org/domain/human-mobility/

  

#Human Mobility #Spatial Perception #Walking Behavior #Built Environment #Space Use #Mindset

 

Opening of my "Human Mobility Domain"

@The Center for Conscious Design

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