Posts tagged "urban research"
OMNIBUS is now a registered company in Japan.

OMNIBUS is now a registered company in Japan.

We are happy to announce that OMNIBUS is now a registered company in Japan, under the name ‘OMNIBUS Urban Research …

Lecture on "Allotment Gardens of Zurich" at the Chair 'Architecture of Territory', ETHZ

Lecture on “Allotment Gardens of Zurich” at the Chair ‘Architecture of Territory’, ETHZ

OMNIBUS principal Charlotte Malterre Barthes will be lecturing on “Allotment Gardens of Zurich: Change or Perish,” part of OMNIBUS’ urban …

Happy 2017!

Happy 2017!

“Dull, inert cities, it is true, do contain the seeds of their own destruction and little else. But lively, diverse,

No Destruction, No Gentrification: In Search of an Alternative Urban Future

No Destruction, No Gentrification: In Search of an Alternative Urban Future

This spring,  the new book ‘Beyond Seunsangga- 16 ideas to go beyond big plans’ was released at HNI in Rotterdam, …

Happy 2016!

Happy 2016!

“By its nature, the metropolis provides what otherwise could be given only by traveling; namely, the strange.”
― Jane Jacobs, …

Erasing Singapore/Recovering Tokyo

Erasing Singapore/Recovering Tokyo

“Anything old or not conceived of within the master plan is torn down and replaced with the modern high-rise –

"Erasing Singapore" to be exhibited in Seoul

“Erasing Singapore” to be exhibited in Seoul

In the frame of the conference Beyond Big Plans, the research “Erasing Singapore” will be exhibited at the  Aging

ERASING SINGAPORE

ERASING SINGAPORE

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Erasing Singapore: the extermination of space and memory

Part of TOO FAST, TOO FURIOUS: An urban research project in ASIA

Skopje's brutalism published in CLOG magazine

Skopje’s brutalism published in CLOG magazine

OMNIBUS is published in the new CLOG on BRUTALISM, “a defining architectural style of the postwar era— characterized by severe, …

the inexorable finitude of human life (architecture of) published

the inexorable finitude of human life (architecture of) published

the inexorable finitude of human life (architecture of) has been published in Horizonte N°6-

Part of a wider research on …

TOO FAST, TOO FURIOUS : An urban research project in Asia

Do I even wanna know where the skyline is?  Or where you’ve been for the past couple’a days? O’Connor, …

Skopje, Visibility of the Master Plan

Skopje, Visibility of the Master Plan

” Architect and Photographer Lorenz Bürgi and architect Charlotte Malterre-Barthes of the urban research platform OMNIBUS take us to Skopje,