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Urban planning

The City at Eye Level for Kids

Dutch urban design firm STIP has produced a book for children which takes a look at the city landscape from their eyes. The City at Eye Level for Kids is the result of close working between...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Exhibition celebrates the history of playgrounds

The historical development of children’s urban playgrounds forms a central part of a fascinating new exhibition in London. Play Well is highlighting the work of – among others – Friedrich Fröbel, the German inventor of the...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

What happens when kids help design our cities

An innovative program in Colorado incorporates children’s ideas into city planning for friendlier, greener, and more inclusive spaces. What would cities look like if children had a say in their design? They would certainly be friendlier,...Read more
|Comment|author: Jill Suttie

Shaping sustainable cities for children

The countdown to the Child in the City International Seminar in Antwerp continues. With that in mind, we present the second part of our interview with keynote speaker, Jens Aerts. In this article, Aerts discusses...Read more
|Comment|author: Julia Zvobgo