From smart cities to conscious cities

We have used economics, creativity, and technology to shape the built environment. Now it is time for science to become the final piece of this puzzle.

Decades of research by cognitive scientists and recent advancements in the neurology of brain imaging and data visualisation technologies have allowed us to develop a new language for understanding human behaviour and experience in the built environment. Cognitive neuroscience – the scientific study of the biological processes and aspects…

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New ULI president Chris Choa puts focus on connectivity

“Connectivity is destiny.” It sounds more like the tagline of an epic Hollywood film trailer than the mantra of the Urban Land Institute’s new UK president. But… Read more »

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