Income inequality, as seen from Space.
Improv Everywhere Videos
The West Wing
UrbMet, an interactively map that explores energy and material intensities in US cities.
A Short Guide to 60 of the Newest Urbanisms, a 2011 Planning magazine article comparing perspectives on classifying and conveiving cities.
Slime Mold Proves to Be a Brainy Blob, a 2010 article from the New York Times about an experiment in which slime mold reproduced Tokyo’s regional rail network in a petri dish.
Scents and the City, a sensory experience map of Manhattan from the New York Times.
Sociological Theory and Urban Change, a PowerPoint presentation from former Community Design Center employee Patrick Kennealy about social and spatial theory as applied to cities.
Walking the City: Manhattan Projects, a 2006 article from Places Journal about experiencing and interpreting New York City from a pedestrian’s perspective.