An Atlas of Imaginary Future Cities

As part of my research on Visual Conversations on Urban Futures, I am building an Atlas of Future Imaginary Cities, as a way of visualising the imaginary cities built in a series of Future Visioning workshops we conducted in the Liveable Cities project.

The Atlas of Future Imaginary Cities is a cartographic way of communicating the outcomes of a series of conversations on imaginary futures. It is an interactive visualisation that allows the reader to explore the various cities and discover emerging themes, issues, and ideas that they embed.

You can have a look at the work in progress here:

Unfortunately, I can not add many information on this page, as I am trying to plan some academic publications. I will add all the updates in due time!


Visual Conversations on Urban Futures goes to DRS2016

In June 2016 I presented my research at the Design Research Society conference in Brighton. You can read my paper “Visual conversations on urban futures. Participatory methods to design scenarios of liveable cities” on ResearchGate. Abstract Visualisations of future cities usually depict coherent scenarios that rarely express the complexity of…

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Future visioning workshop reports

This series of workshops was conducted as part of the Liveable Cities research programme. The Future Visioning Workshops are sector-specific workshops that bring together and leading expert in various fields to explore visions of sustainable, liveable future cities. Through a combination of hands-on activities and open discussion, these 2-hour workshop…

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