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Urbanistica

Stories about the making of smarter & more livable cities for people.

Urbanistica is an international podcast by Mustafa Sherif - Urban Planner based in Sweden.

In collaboration with AFRY.

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234.ENG the one minute city - Dan Hill

Dan Hill (Director of Strategic Design at Vinnova. Professor at Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Visiting Prof at UCL Bartlett and Design Academy Eindhoven, Adjunct Prof at RMIT. Mayor of London Design Advocate)


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Keep Up the Good Work.

Keep Loving Cities???.


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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.


Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe !


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2021-10-24
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SWE.233 Städer för barn - Hannah Wadman

Hannah Wadmad (Samhällsplanerare, AFRY)


Vi pratar om:

-Hur ska vi tänka barn när vi planera städer? 

-Det sägs att om man planerar för ett barn, hur?

-Vad kan konsekvenserna bli om man inte inkluderar barnperspektivet?

-Hur ska vi utbilda oss, vi som vuxna för att förstå mer barnets perspektiv? 


Läs mer om: AFRYs modell för att minska hemlöshet bland barn kan bli vägledande i Sverige här.


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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-10-18
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232.ENG Sweden at EXPO 2020 in Dubai - Aurore Belfrage and Karl-Henrik Sundström

Aurore Belfrage (Member of the Committee, Tech investor and entrepreneur, Co-Founder at SusTechable)

Karl-Henrik Sundström (Chair of the Committee, Former CEO of Stora Enso)


We are talking about:

-What is special about EXPO 2020 in Dubai?

-Why does Sweden participate in this EXPO?

-What are people in Sweden going to gain with this participation?

-What does Sweden bring to the world EXPO 2020 in Dubai?


Read more about Sweden at EXPO 2020 in Dubai here.


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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-10-09
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231.ENG Outdoor Urban Offices, SuperLab - Niklas Madsen

Niklas Madsen (Founder & Design Manager at SUPERLAB, Sweden )


We are talking about:

-Why are you choosing to be an H22 partner?

-What is an outdoor urban office and how does it work?

-Our smart and future work offices and how can we re-think our cities


This episode is in collaboration with H22 EXPO


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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-10-04
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230.SWE Open House Stockholm - Joanna Messmer

Joanna Messmer (Projektchef på Open House!, Projektledare på KRESP Projektledning AB)


Vi pratar om:

-Backgrunden till Open House?

-Vad tillför den för värde för alla medborgare och för staden?

-Open House Stockholm 2021 Festival den 1-3 oktober


Läs mer om programmet och anmäla dig här

https://www.openhousestockholm.com/program-2021


?Open House

Allmänheten bjuds in till gratis guidade visningar av stadens mest unika och spännande byggnader och platser. Open House Stockholm firade femårsjubileum 2020. Festivalen syftar till att involvera allmänheten i stadens utveckling och stimulera intresset för arkitektur och samhällsbyggande. Festivalen arrangeras i hela Storstockholmsområdet. 


Festivalen arrangeras av den ideella föreningen Open House Stockholm.


Open House Stockholm är en del av det globala nätverket Open House Worldwide. Föreningarna Samhällsbyggarna, Samhällsbyggnadslänken, Stockholms Arkitektförening och Stockholms Byggnadsförening är grundare av Open House Stockholm. De delar alla ett stort engagemang för stadens utveckling.


Ta kontakt med Joanna via Linkedin här eller via mejl [email protected]


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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-09-23
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229. ENG Urban Design and Placemaking - Päivi Raivio

Päivi Raivio (Co-Founder at Parkly - innovative tool for public places Designer and founder at RaivioBumann, Finland)


We are talking about:

-How can public art help to create better cities?

-is Placemaking and Urban Design the keys to our after covid cities?


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-09-20
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228.SWE Den 4:e industrialiseringen - Janica Wiklander

Janica Wiklander (VD Okidoki! Arkitekter AB)


Vi pratar om:

Resan från positionell makt (3:e industrialisering) till relationellt samskapande för att flytta skapandeprocessen in den 4:e industrialiseringen.

-Vad menas med positionell makt (3:e industrialisering)?

-Vad är industrialiseringen 4.0?

-Vad spelar vi arkitekter för roll i denna resa?


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-09-13
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227.ENG Brave Leadership - Jonas Gustavsson

Jonas Gustavsson (CEO,AFRY)


We are talking about:

-How to lead a big company like AFRY that gathers both engineers and designers?

-Is partnership the new leadership? we are talking about AFRY's collaboration with Gapminder and Norrsken foundation.

-How does AFRY respond to smart cities, climate change, and sustainable development goals?

-Can really engineers, architects, and urban planners make the future or everything made by politics?

-What is Jonas favorite building, public space, and city, and how does he see our future cities?


for doing the GapMinder test click here.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-09-06
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226.SWE Co-Creation & Sustainability Sprint - Linda Fragner och Frida Panoussis

Linda Fragner(Innovationsledare & Workshopper) och Frida Panoussis (Graphic Recorder och Workshopper)


Vi pratar om:

-Vad är Co-Creation? hur kan vi samverka och samskapa?

-Sustainability Sprint som workshop metod

-Co-Create Stockholm event 16/9


Anmäla dig till eventet här.(För att få promocode skriv till Frida Panoussis eller till Linda Franger på Linked)


A Sustainable Tomorrows hållbarhets- och framtidskonferens den 16 september 2021.

Konferensens fokusområde 2021 är Regenerative Business, ett systemperspektiv för att skapa mervärde och accelerera positiv samhällsförändring. Perspektivet, som presenterades vid World Economic Forum i Davos 2020, fokuserar på skalbara lösningar för att skydda, återställa och öka humankapital, miljö och ekonomiska resurser. Det regenerativa perspektivet baseras på lärdomar från naturen. Hubarrangörer: Removement, Sustainability Sprint & Vakansa.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-09-03
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225.SWE Mål 11 Hållbara städer och samhällen i Stockholms stad - Lukas Ljungqvist och Jennie Argerich

Lukas Ljungqvist (Stadsbyggnadsstrateg, arkitekt SAR/MSA) och Jennie Argerich (Samordnare hållbar stadsutveckling och innovationssamordnare)


Vi pratar om:

-Hur jobbar Stockholms stad med mål 11?

-Hur mäter och följer Stockholms stad upp delmålen?


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-08-30
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224.SWE Konsten att skapa stad - Fredrika Friberg

Fredrika Friberg (Stadskreatör, Nacka kommun)


Vi pratar om:

-Nacka kommuns arbete med konsten att skapa stad

-Wall Street Nacka festival


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Fredrikas Foto: Mårten Sessler


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-08-23
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223.ENG After covid cities & Placemaking - Michael Stott

Michael Stott (Director City Strategy and Place at Urbis, Australia )


We are talking about:

-Destination strategy space method

-Audince Segmentation tool

-After COVID cities and Placemaking


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-08-16
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222.ENG Vertical farming and new technology - Sepehr Mousavi

Sepehr Mousavi (CSO, Innovation + R&D Lead & Co-Founder at SweGreen, Futurist, Tech Advocate, Industrial PhD, TEDx Speaker)


We are talking about:

- SweGreen Farming as a service in a subscription model

-Building Scandinvan largest vertical farm in a store

-Fear of Tech or Techphobia

-The needed ecosystem to empower startups that benefit a smart city


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-08-09
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221.ENG Europan competition JOIN NOW - Frida Öster and Carolina Wikström

Frida Öster (Architect and Secretary-general Europan Sweden)

Carolina Wikström (Partner at Asante Architecture and Design and Secretary-general Europan Sweden)


We are talking about:

-Europan competition

-How to participate?

-What is Europan adding to our cities?


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-08-06
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220.ENG ArchDaily behind the scenes - David Basulto

David Basulto (Founder and Managing Director at ArchDaily)


We are talking about:

-The background of ArchDaily

-What are the challenges and the next step for Archdaily?

-What is smart architecture?


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-08-02
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219.ENG After the Apocalypse - Sre?ko Horvat

Sre?ko Horvat (philosopher, author and political activist)


We are talking about:

Rapidly melting ice, rising sea levels, and flooded cities, hurricanes, wildfires and droughts, mass migration and conflicts, climate apartheid, and mass extinction: this has become our new reality.

- How do we prepare our cities?

- What is the story of "After the Apocalypse" book to the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.

- Smart city and digitalization, robots are something many people are worried about. Do you think it is our urban planning and design coming end?


This episode is done in collaboration with the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-30
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218.ENG. Brave Leadership and Sustainability - Marie Trogstam

Marie Trogstam (Head of Sustainability, AFRY)


We are talking about:

-Leadership and partnership. How to achieve our sustainability goals? what kind of leadership do we need?

-AFRYs work within Sustainability?

-How do you define a smart city?


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-28
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217.ENG Graduate Urban Designer - Valeriia Tatianina

 Valeriia Tatianina (Graduate Urban Designer, KTH the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)


We are talking about

-Teaching system between Moscow and Stockholm

-COVID VS. IRL learning

-He Master thesis within Urban Planning

-Finding a job in Sweden

-Her Makeup as a hobby and its a connection to Urban Planning


Links that Valeriia is talking about:

Email for contact: [email protected]

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valeriia-tatianina/

Thesis(Diva portal): http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1566295/FULLTEXT01.pdf

IG: https://www.instagram.com/varelia_t/

Bunny the dog: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdD1agL4/


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-24
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216.ENG Child Friendly Cities - Pernilla Baralt

Pernilla Baralt (The Executive Director at UNICEF Sweden)


We are talking about:

-The convention on the Rights of the Child and the 4 main articles.

-Why should we do integrate children into our "Adults" process, especially in our cities development?

-What kind of Leadership do we need in order to create child-friendly cities?


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-21
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215.ENG BoKlok - Jonas Spangenberg

Jonas Spangenberg (Business Unit President BoKlok) is sharing the story of Boklok and also the collaboration with H22 EXPO in Helsingborg City.


For the first time ever, IKEA engages in a multi-year collaboration with an entire city. Helsingborg and H22 will be a testbed for investments aimed at increasing the quality of life in the city. The districts of Drottninghög, Fredriksdalsskogen, and Oceanhamnen are in focus for the collaboration.


This episode is in collaboration with H22 the Making of a Smarter City. Helsingborg Sweden.


Enjoy the episode and let's connect on

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Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.


Note ! 

The sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe !


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2021-06-16
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214.ENG Public Space - Vikas Mehta

Dr. Vikas Mehta (Professor, Fruth/Gemini Chair and Ohio Eminent Scholar of Urban/Env. Design, University of Cincinnati)


We are talking about:

- Vikas's new book to the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.

- Why and in which ways public space matter?

- What makes an ideal public space? what is the secret recipe for that?

- Do you believe in future virtual public space? that we will be at home but meet in digital public spaces and we do not need to go out anymore?

- Public spaces are facing many challenges, how can we think in order to pass these challenges?


This episode is done in collaboration with the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


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Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-14
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213.ENG Follow up, student life in Stockholm - Claire Borchers

Claire Borchers (Urban Planning Master's Student at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)

We are following up on Clair's student life story in Stockholm. (Listen to episode 152 if you miss the first episode with Claire).


Claire tells us about her courses at the Royal Institute of Technology, IRL VS. remotely studies, her social life, and her plans for the summer as a student in Sweden.

Feel free to contact Claire [email protected]


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AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


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Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-10
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212.ENG So what is a Smart City? - Andrew Karvonen

Andy Karvonen (PhDs, Associaterofessor, Sustainable Urban Development, Associateirector, Digital Futures , KTHoyal Institute of Technologyt, Stockholm, Sweden)


We are talking about:

-the Center for the Future of Places, Stockholm

-the definition of a Smart City


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

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AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


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Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-07
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211.ENG Welcome to H22 EXPO Helsingborg City - Soraya Axelsson

Soraya Axelsson (Head of H22, Helsingborg smart city, Sweden) is welcoming you to the EXPO 2022.


In 2022, history will be written when Helsingborg takes its proud tradition of city exhibitions to the next level. With H22 City Expo, Helsingborg invites the world to explore the newest innovations and the smartest ideas for a city that puts people and planet first. Come and enjoy, explore, and evolve!


Want to be part of making the future? At H22 City Expo, Helsingborg invites the world to explore all the wonders of the city of tomorrow! You will see the newest innovations and the smartest ideas for a city that puts people and planet first. A show to remember for all ages!  

Experience a city with all your senses and open up for exciting tastes, meetings, music, and adventure. Explore the latest technology, the future homes, and the green inventions. You will see robot helpers, musical playgrounds, and trees that water themselves. From below the sea to above the clouds, prepare to see and test things that will amaze and inspire.

At H22 City Expo, Helsingborg will be an arena for the world?s visionary leaders, city changers, urban disruptors, and crazy dreamers to explore local solutions to the global challenges that will define our future. The city is all of us. It?s time to open up! 


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AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


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Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-06-04
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210.ENG From Hospitality to Urban development - James Ardinast

 James Ardinast (Managing Director,IMA-Clique)


We are talking about:

-What can James bring from hospitality sector to urban development sector?

-How are our AFTER COVID CITIES going to look like? why?

-What is Jame's recipe to makes cities vibrant? with a focus on the future of downtowns,( the culture of eating, real estate..).


This episode is in collaboration with Placemaking Europe.


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AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-05-31
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209.ENG INTRO Urbanism & Landscape KTH studio collaboration - Mustafa Sherif

This podcast series is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

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Facebook

Youtube channel


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-05-26
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208.ENG Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of Architecture, MASSA Project - Ania Öst, Hanna Erixon Aalto & Ulrika Stenkula

Ania Öst (Architect, Lecturer and Researcher at KTH - School of Architecture, partner at Gaia Arkitektur), Hanna Erixon Aalto (Architect, PhD, Lecturer, KTH, The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm) and Ulrika Stenkula (Architect, Gaia Arkitektur, Sweden).

We are talking about the aim of the master Urbanism and Landscape Studio at KTH, School of Architecture in Stockholm, Sweden. Why and how important is it to bring back nature to the city.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


This episode is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

Clubhouse

Instagram

Facebook

Youtube channel


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-05-26
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207.ENG 1. The stone resource - Nicole Eggenreich

This episode is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

Clubhouse

Instagram

Facebook

Youtube channel


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-05-26
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206.ENG 2. Under the surface - Marvin Palmgren & Torbjörn Winroth

This episode is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

Clubhouse

Instagram

Facebook

Youtube channel


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2021-05-26
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205.ENG 3. Legal boundaries - Alexander_Noworz & Guibentif Oscar Basile Lucien

This episode is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

Clubhouse

Instagram

Facebook

Youtube channel


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2021-05-26
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204.ENG. 4. The edge zone & Activities - Veronika Jalas & Mats Andersson

This episode is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

Clubhouse

Instagram

Facebook

Youtube channel


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2021-05-26
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203.ENG. 5. Climate change - Julia Nordholm, Lukas Bachsoliani & Martin Lättman

This episode is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode

Mustafa Sherif Linkedin


Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities???.

Follow Urbanistica and let's get in touch:

Clubhouse

Instagram

Facebook

Youtube channel


Thanks to Urbanistica Podcast partner AFRY.

AFRY is an international engineering and design company providing sustainable solutions in the fields of energy, industry, and infrastructure. Read more about AFRY https://afry.com/en


Visit  Mustafasherif.com for collaborations and nominations.

Note: the sound quality of #UrbanisticaPodcast s' episodes that are recorded during #COVID19 time might not be perfect. Due to the online recording and the use of different types of microphones by guests and #MustafaSherif. Thank you so much for understanding and listening. Stay safe!


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2021-05-26
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202.ENG. 6. Flora and fauna - Linnea Fri, Malte Didrigkeit, Thelma Dethlefsen

This episode is in collaboration with the master studio Urbanism & Landscape at KTH school of architecture, Stockholm, Sweden.


Read more about the projects here (PDF).


More about

URBANISM & LANDSCAPE STUDIO:

The Urbanism and Landscape Studio focus on cities, landscapes and territories in the broader context of the environmental crisis. How can we imagine a sustainable and resilient city of the twenty-first century? What can the role of designers be in addressing Agenda 2030, including urgent and interconnected problems such as rapid urbanization, biodiversity loss, social inequity and severe global climate changes affecting our cities? Drawing on the nexus of ideas within landscape/ecological urbanism, resilience theory, and the environmental humanities, the studio challenges the modernist idea of the city as a fixed, delimited territory contrasting the ?natural? world around us. Instead, we explore landscape and ecology as organizers of urban space; as providers of catalytic urban strategies that can embrace complexity, multi-functionality and change over time. 


More about the focus of this studio during spring 2021.

MASSES AND WATER In the spring of 2021, the studio is part of an ongoing research project called MASSA. It is financed by a four-year state grant trough Formas and is a collaboration between the City of Stockholm, KTH, Gaia Arkitektur and Studio ErixonAalto. They investigate how millions of tons of stone generated during the expansion of Stockholm?s subway can be the catalyst for new resilient urban environments. Historically, land rise and the conjunction of fresh water and saltwater is the raison d?être of Stockholm. Considering the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels and increased water flows?as well as the rapid growth of Stockholm? the studio sees the opportunity to take a holistic approach to the potential that 7 million tons of rock brings. The challenges are severe: The Baltic ecosystem is collapsing and by 2050, the sea level rise is estimated to exceed the land rise. In 2100 Lake Mälaren could once again become part of the Baltic Sea and the city would lose its drinking water supply. The studio will work with a number of sites where the stone residue can be used as a resource in relation to the blue wedges in Stockholm and urban development.


TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND ASSIGNMENTS

The teachers and the studio aim at empowering students to develop a critical and systematic outlook to the urban and global problems we face though the study of hands-on, ?live? problems grounded in realworld challenges. Urban design is an inclusive, reflective and, by necessity, transdisciplinary practice and students worked closely with decision makers, activists, local organizations, and experts. Learning from history, Students studied how forces of nature, culture and infrastructure have shaped city life. Through combining the critical and the suggestive; analysis and innovation, the students developed bold scenarios that reframe the human-nature relationship.


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2021-05-26
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201.SWE Inkludering och mångfald - Amir Nazari och Sofia Klingberg

Amir Nazari och Sofia Klingberg (Inclusion & Diversity Managers, AFRY) pratar om inkludering och mångfald, och om vad vi behöver tänka på för att planera inkluderande städer för alla människor.


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2021-05-24
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200.ENG Find your dream job - Mustafa Sherif

How to find your dream job? a special episode for students.


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2021-05-21
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199.ENG Zero Waste Vera Park NSR H22 - Ulf Molen

Ulf Molén (CEO, NSR AB) is sharing the journy of NSR and Vera Park in Helsingborg EXPO H22 in Sweden.

He is also explaining how is it possible to recycle 99% of waste material in our cities!


This episode is in collaboration with H22 the Making of a Smarter City. Helsingborg Sweden. Read more about Vera Park and H22 here. Use the same link to book a visit to Vera Park?s incubator to learn more, go on a sustainability safari, or get help with your idea in a free brainstorming session.


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2021-05-17
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198.ENG. Why Public Space Matters - Setha Low

Setha Low (Professor, and Director of the Public Space Research Group, City University of New York CUNY) is sharing her story and talking about her new book to the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.


This episode is done in collaboration with the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.

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2021-05-10
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197.SWE Koden för en bra stad - Robert Lavelid

Robert Lavelid är arkitekt SAR/MSA med mer än 40 års erfarenhet från stora arkitektur- och stadsbyggnadsprojekt såväl i Sverige som internationellt. Han har varit partner i Modern Line arkitekter, Tengbom och Fojab. Sedan ett antal år tillbaka har han en blogg om arkitektur och stadsbyggnad på Sveriges Arkitekters webbplats och har skrivit många artiklar i ämnet.


Robert berättar om sin bok KODEN för en bra stad.

Finns att beställa här.


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2021-05-03
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196.ENG Ground floors - Conrad Kickert

Conrad Kickert (An assistant professor at the University at Buffalo) focuses on his research on the shape and shaping of cities and its effect on the current workings of the city. He also focuses on the changing relationship between urban form and the ground floor economy, a key element of our urban experience.


This episode is done in collaboration with the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.

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2021-04-29
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195.ENG 15 minute City - Carlos Moreno

A quick chat with the godfather of 15 min city.

What is it about? How do cities adapt the 15 min city concept?


Carlos Moreno is a Senior University Professor French-Colombian specialized in the intelligent control of complex systems.


Deeply committed to science, progress and creativity in all its forms, he strives to bring together scientific disciplines and professionals in the innovation ecosystem ?from industry to start-ups ?with a particular focus on a cross-disciplinary approach.


After leading his start-up Sinovia to success, he was Scientific Adviser to the CEO of ENGIE INEO, exGDF SUEZ Group, he goes on delivering today his strategic and foward-looking vision, his scientific expertise, and his international reputation, on the issues of mutation, innovation, and added value chain. In particular, in the field of the Human and Living City. He was named Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur in April 2010. He is expert within complex systems, digital world, city of tomorrow, innovation 


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2021-04-26
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194.SWE Samtal med mina kollegor om distansearbete - Landskap och plan, AFRY

Jag ringer till mina kollegor på Landskap och Plan sektion, Region Öst, AFRY och frågar de:

Vad ser de för möjligheter med distansarbete? Vilka är deras bästa tips till andra och varför?

Tack till:

Sara Berrado, Arkitekt, Sektionschef på Landskap och Plan Klara Samuelsson, Landskapsarkitekt Young-A Kang, Senior Landskapsarkitekt Julia Tamara Vertesi, Landskapsarkitekt Katarina Pelinska, Team ledare, Landskapsarkitekt

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2021-04-22
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193.ENG. Sustainable Buildings - Kaia Eichler

Kaia Eichler (Head of Sustainability Buildings at AFRY) is talking about sustainability and climate neutrality in buildings, and also about a needed leadership in order to create a positive impact in the buildings industry.


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2021-04-19
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192.ENG *Clubhouse* Urban Character post pandemic - Chuck Wolfe

Chuck Wolfe (Author/photographer, consultant (Seeing Better Cities Group), lawyer, and Guest Affiliate Scholar at CFP.) is sharing the story of his journey from being a lawyer to start doing writing about cities. He is talking about urban character post pandemic. How can we re-think and re-invent our cities?


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2021-04-17
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191.ENG. The Walk through method and cities for kids - Suzanne de Laval

Suzanne de Laval (Researcher and architect at Arkitekturanalys sthlm AB, co-director at Architecture and Children - UIA Built Environment Education Network) is talking about the method, who and why do we need to apply it in order to develop a human friendly cities. We are talking also about why do we have to integrate children in creating our future cities?


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2021-04-14
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190.SWE Nya stambanor för höghastighetståg - Ali Sadeghi

Ali Sadeghi (Programdirektör för Nya stambanor, Trafikverket) berättar om nya stambanor för höghastighetstågen i Sverige.

I juni 2020 gav regeringen Trafikverket i uppdrag att redovisa ett system för nya stambanor utifrån ett kostnadstak om 205 miljarder kronor, samt uppdaterade kostnader för befintligt system.


Vi pratar om smarta städer och även om Alis syn på ledarskap.

Läs Trafikverkets rapport om nya stambanor för höghastighetståg här.


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2021-04-12
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189.ENG *Clubhouse* A podcast as an urban planning and design tool - Marcin ?ebrowski

Marcin ?ebrowski (Urban Designer and Podcaster) is together with Mustafa talking about Marcin podcast journey and discussing how a podcast can be an urban planning tool and why should cities use a podcast and integrate it in the city development process.


Marcin is running URBCAST about cities.


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2021-04-08
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188.ENG Exploring a new urbanism book - Michael Mehaffy

Michael Mehaffy is a strategic consultant, planner, researcher, educator, urban and building designer, author and public speaker on leading advances in urban development, with over four decades of experience. Project manager and/or owner representative for industry-leading projects, with an international practice based in Portland, OR. and Stockholm, SE. Grad school in architecture at UC Berkeley, public policy and design philosophy at UT Austin, Ph.D. in architecture at Delft University of Technology.


Currently he is working with KTH University, Centre for the Future of Places and UN-Habitat, on implementation of the New Urban Agenda (adopted by all 193 countries), with a focus on the importance of public space networks for healthy urbanization and quality of life. In this episode we are talking about his new book to the Center for the Future of Places.


order the book

Paperback: http://www.mijnbestseller.nl/books/242007

Hardcover: http://www.mijnbestseller.nl/books/256394


This episode is done in collaboration with the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.

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2021-04-05
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187.AR *Clubhouse* ???? ?????? ??????? ???????? ???????? - Amna Zaid

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2021-04-02
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186.ENG Urbanistica Clubhouse - Mustafa Sherif

Join Urbanistica on Clubhouse

https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/urbanistica


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2021-03-29
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185.SWE Podden STADEN The untold story - Dan Hallemar och Håkan Forsell

Staden är en podcast med Dan Hallemar (redaktör Arkitektur Förlag) och Håkan Forsell (urbanhistoriker och författare)


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2021-03-29
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