Category Archives: Contextual and Theoretical Studies

Essay: How Copenhagen is providing a blueprint for the future of sustainable cities

As cities grow larger, urbanization exponentially expands through the world and a consumerist economy prevails, human species is constantly putting more pressure on the planet. Advancing climate change and our dependence on non- renewable fossil fuels are urging us to … Continue reading

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What is a city?

When we are asked to define what is a city, our first reaction may be to think how obvious and easy it is to define it, especially if we grew up and live in one. The city is our home … Continue reading

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Dualism and its relation to Forecasting Futures (Cogito ergo sum updated)

During our Forecasting Futures lecture we were introduced to the philosophical concept of Cartesian Dualism. Before digging deeper in the meaning of the phrase and its philosophical origins, we can get a general idea by reflecting on the term “dualism”: … Continue reading

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Catalogue – Hallo Mami!

Dear reader, This catalogue was designed for you. It is a collection of valuable conversations I had with one of the most important people in my life, my mother. The collection aims to portray the importance of communication. Today, communication … Continue reading

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White November

Good thing: I have an injury. Brilliant. A hole in the racecourse. I’d better have gone hunting instead. Holidays to the Philippines: cancelled. My friend is going to be mad I’ll miss her wedding. She is going to remove me … Continue reading

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I remember taking a selfie

I remember Mark’s lecture. I remember taking a selfie. I remember feeling stupid at it. I remember Mark telling us “Try not to pose! Pretend you don’t know you are taking a selfie, forget about it!”. I remember thinking about … Continue reading

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