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Moscow Stories episode 3: the Hidden Shape of Public Transport

  The third episode of the Moscow stories involves a research study carried out during 2013 and presented the same year at the Moscow Urban Forum, thanks to the invitation of its curator and architect Yuri Grigoryan. This study has been also published in the “Archaeology of the periphery” book, the research project led by Grigoryan […]

Moscow Stories episode 2: the Moscow Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan 2020

  This is the second episode of a series of 4 of our Moscow stories. We have been in fact recently involved in four projects that we think it’s particularly worth sharing, since they introduce a new way of doing things, looking at transport planning as a fields that treats all the different modes holistically. In this episode we […]

Moscow Stories episode 1: the White City Project Exhibition

  This is the first episode of a series of 4 of our Moscow stories. We have been in fact recently involved in four projects that we think it’s particularly worth sharing, since they introduce a new way of doing things, looking at transport planning as a fields that treats all the different modes holistically. In addition to […]

Remembering Paul Mees

by Federico Parolotto I first got to know of Paul Mees through Amazon, I was looking for some books to read and I ended up finding a title “Transport for suburbia – beyond the automobile age” that had a comment in the back by John Whitelegg. I knew John Whitelegg work and I really liked […]

Flow[n] launch at the MIC opening party

The flow[n] team would like to thank everyone who came to the introduction of the project at the MIC opening party. The evening was a great success, and we are now ready to continue the flow[n] journey with the first interviews and posts. Below are a few pictures to give those that could not attend […]

Flow[n] launch party

MIC‘s opening party on 23rd June will officially introduce and launch Flow[n] , the new research group created to investigate the challenges related to mobility and urban planning. Flow[n] aims to expand the world of transport to include a wider understanding of the environment and constant dialogue with other fields, bridging gaps between urban planning, […]