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Bill's Design Talks: David Owen and Our Green Metropolis


New York City is widely considered an ecological nightmare—a wasteland of concrete and high-rises, diesel fumes and traffic jams, garbage and pollution. But, in the groundbreaking work of contrarian environmental thinking that is Green Metropolis, David Owen declares New York City as the greenest community in America.
smithsonian, cooper-hewitt, design, museum, Bill Moggridge, David Owen, Andrea Lipps, New York City, sustainability, Green Metropolis, environment, urban, Urbanism, pollution, traffic, developing nations, Critical Mass, bills design talks, talk, long, public program

Thailand’s Transport Solution


In my own research, “The Owners of the Map: Motorcycle taxi drivers, mobility, and politics in Bangkok”, I explore the emergence and internal functioning of the motorcycle-taxi industry, as well as the drivers’ personal histories, and their attempts to be recognized as stake holders and service providers in the city.
Design with the Other 90%: Cities, Exhibition, transport, transportation, Thailand, Bangkok, traffic, drivers, passengers, motorcycle, taxi, navigate, mobility