- It’s another contribution to Giant Statue Fridays, as Giant Lenin takes a cruise through Budapest.
- A Daily Dose of Architecture takes a look at habitable bridges and we realize that Steven Holl is having way too much fun in China.
- Where’s Blogedanken entries reimagine the urban landscape. Favorite idea: “Wireless capable crosswalks.” That’s it. Now if only there was no explanation, that simple phrase could be read so many ways.
- “Urbexing” may sound vaguely sexual, but Space & Culture assures us of its legitimacy as an urban subculture:
At the core of the subculture lies a special relationship that participants experience with physical spaces and the material infrastructure left behind by the waxes and wanes of a capitalist industrialized economy.
· The Magazine On Urbanism, otherwise known as MONU, is looking for submissions for their next issue, “Exotic Urbanism.” The increasingly ambiguous definition of “exotic” should be embraced, as both mind-stretching speculation and speculative mind-stretching are welcome.