This is based on an essay on landscape urbanism by Linda Pollak. The ideas and theories explained in the video are from Pollak and Lefebvre.
Film by Oscar Gomez, Jared Schmidt, Derek Sergison, Cory Silva.
Gary Hustwit, Director of Helvetica and Objectified is looking for financial backing for his new film Urbanized.
You can pledge money at Kickstarter. Depending on the amount you pledge you will receive a t-shirt, DVD or Box Set of his three films.
BMW has created a 4-part documentary Activate the Future to get users actively involved in the ever-evolving conversation on the future of mobility. The first video is ‘New City‘ which includes Buzz Aldrin, Peder Norby(Mini E Pioneer), Robin Chase (Co-Founder & Former Ceo Of Zipcar & Goloco), Lawrence Burns (Co-Author Of “Reinventing The Automobile”), Professor Wai Cheng (Director Mit Sloan Automotive Laboratory), Graham Hill (Founder Of Treehugger.Com), Marissa Mayer (Vp, Consumer Products At Google), Syd Mead (Visual Futurist), Mike Musto (Editor-In-Chief Of Ridelust.Com) and Richard Mattila (Director Of Environmental Affairs for Genzyme Corporation). A short video (5:57) with short statements about the future of mobility and cities. The video is also interactive allowing viewers to select to hear more from each of the commentators.
The Activate the Future: THE FUTURE JUST ISN’T WHAT IT USED TO BE will be released on February 8. With the final parts released on February 15 and 22.
Robert Hammond, Malcolm Gladwell, Jerilyn Perine and John Mollenkopf discuss the Highline, the impact on New York and the wider flow on effect in broader terms. A great discussion that also looks at other examples around New York, USA and the world that have had a similar effect. the video is worth the full 1 hour 26 mins to listen to people from varying backgrounds discuss the Highline one of the most talked about landscape architecture and urban design projects in the world. Although not one mention of the landscape architects or architects. But as Malcolm Gladwell talks about its the business we’ve chosen to be in business.
Video spotted at the new home of the Highline Blog – http://www.thehighline.org/blog