I have tried my hand at recording, editing and producing the pilot episode of my new podcast about urbanism.
“With the rise of a new terrorism typology — one that brutally employs vehicles to mow down pedestrians and cyclists — I am wondering if the sudden physical changes appearing in cities might be positive. As more barriers are put into place to stop this threat, are we creating better cities? Is there a design guide for this change? I interview Holly Hixson, an urban planner, writer and researcher from Portland, former head of the Copenhagen DoT, Morten Kabell and bicycle advocate Charles Maguin in Paris about this development and potential outcome.”