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Cities of Tomorrow: Resilient and Inclusive

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How can technology, architecture and our new living habits shape the city where we live? Download our publication!

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TrendBook// Cities of Tomorrow: Resilient and Inclusive

In our latest TrendBook, we take a deep dive into how architecture, innovation and city planning are shaping what cities will look like in the future. Find out what experts from across the sector believe are the most important factors for our urban metropolises.

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Covid-19 and the climate crisis may be the biggest challenges facing our cities at the moment but they are not the only factors affecting how we live and work. From our changing habits to greater citizen empowerment, cities across the world are changing both architecturally and culturally. How then do we build and shape a city that works for everyone in a way that puts resilience at its core? In this TrendBook, experts from across the sector and beyond share their vision of what our future cities might look like.

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I think understanding how the brain organises spatial information should be incorporated into architecture. Indeed, the tools we use in science could be very useful in architecture. Finding out how people use space, how they feel within it and if it functions in the way they expect are all important elements to consider for a building.

Kate Jeffrey
Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience at University College London
London