We are honoured and very thankful to receive the Global Human Settlements Award on Planning and Design as part of the Sustainable Cities And Human Settlements Awards. We feel happy to have recognized this important effort to tackle contemporary cities’ issues, such as rapid urbanisation and sustainable development planning.
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Nature Based Solutions in the context of Data-Driven Urbanism
Last Week, Thomas Stellmach presented in the Annual National Planning Conference Highlights in Chengdu the presentation Nature-Based Solutions in the context of Data-Driven Urbanism invited by Isocarp. We parted from two main premises:
With all its effects, climate change is so familiar, from flooding, heat waves, melting polar caps caused by the man-made transformation of our surroundings. It has become the number one issue of our time. While we face this challenge, we see another big change happening, the shift towards big data and its automated analysis, affecting all realms of our life.
What does this mean for sustainable urban development?
Structural Plans for Mozambican Towns awarded in the APA ID International Planning Excellence Awards
We are very happy to share that our project Structural Plans for Mozambican Towns won the Advancing Social Equity Award of the American Planning Association International Planning Excellence Awards. Together with the Liberia Municipal Water Project and the Thompson & Grace Medical City Master Plan in Nigeria, our proposal was considered to be innovative and impactful.
Our colleague Filippo presented the project in a webinar together with the 2020 and 2021 winners with projects from Africa and Latin America.
The American Planning Association provides leadership in development of vital communities for all by advocating planning excellence, promoting education and resident empowerment.
From Work Desks to Work Platforms
This is the first publication of a series in which we will share the strategies and tools that have worked for us in our experience with remote working. The next publications will which tools we use and how we use them.
How to work remotely without dropping the pencil.
Authors: Aleksandra Katasonova, Filippo Imberti, Thomas Stellmach
Graphics: Amr Elsayed
This document describes the remote work tool kit we use at TSPA. It is specifically the tools that work best for us (you’ll find some links to broader collections of solutions at the end of the text).
Students of HPI School of Design Thinking visit TSPA
On December 6th five students of the HPI School of Design Thinking in Potsdam visited our office in Kreuzberg.