Tag Archives: Los Angeles

A Sense of Scale – Part I

By Renard Teipelke I wanted to put a simple scale definition here, but I did not like what I found. What is scale with regard to cities? Generally, it is about size, dimensions, relationality. Particularly I am referring to scale … Continue reading

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Creative Cities International — The Vitality Index (VI)

by Brendan Colgan Last summer Creative Cities International (CCI) launched a new cultural impact study in the U.S.  entitled the Vitality Index (VI) [click here for the report]. The study aims to model the “human experience of the city at its … Continue reading

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“Greening” America’s Ports | The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach

by Brendan Colgan A competitive global economy forces ports to compete with one another for trade and fosters a cut-throat mentality: ‘expand or be forgotten’, ‘cut costs otherwise your competitor will’. As a result, green initiatives are often put on … Continue reading

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Art axis: Berlin – Los Angeles

By Caspar Lundsgaard-Hansen In her article for Wallpaper* magazine Marisa Mazria-Katz determines the new power axis in art: Los Angeles – Berlin. Being a core component of the creative industries, art acts as an important part in the development and branding … Continue reading

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