Monthly Archives: April 2012

Key takeaways from the first Gaming Forum in Athens.

Yesterday I had the pleasure to participate in the first Gaming Forum in Athens through an invitation from British Council in Greece. The event was hosted at The Hub in Athens, a great space for this type of event which … Continue reading

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Reflecting on FutureCityGame in one of the world’s oldest cities.

Tomorrow I will be giving a presentation on FutureCityGame at the inaugural Gaming Forum in Athens. In the preparation for this I have had a chance to reflect what were the key elements for successful the Future City Games. There … Continue reading

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Logo for Centre for Cities and Creativity

Hot off the press – here is our new logo The logo has been designed in collaboration with the artists Marie Melchiorsen and Dominik Louda and the graphic designers at Logomotiv.com. The idea behind the graphic image has been to … Continue reading

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Mission 2062 postcard follow-up

My first coffee meeting following after sending handwritten postcards from Mission2062 was with one of the most experienced cultural leaders in Denmark, Christian Have. Christian was very supportive of our mission and agreed with the main points mentioned on the … Continue reading

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DK_UK collaboration on the theme of cities and integration

On Friday last week an interesting exhibition focusing on a cultural exchange of architects between the UK and Denmark opened at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen. The idea behind the project has been to look at how professionals from … Continue reading

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Generative cities

In her recent piece Generative cities, Ayesha Khanna argues that generative will be the key facet of succesful cities in the future. She unfolds the concept of generative as the ability to create a Productive, Personalised and Participatory urban experience. … Continue reading

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