The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article – Re-Imagining a New Urban India (subscription) written by Jaydeep Mody and Divya Dwivedi. The article looks at how urbanisation and economic growth go hand in hand and require macro and integrate planning.
Jaydeep Mody writes
Urban centers have the advantage of economies of scale and scope in offering a range of services to the citizenry that are simply uneconomical to provide in the vast rural hinterland……
Divya Dwivedi wrote
The concept of urbanization in India has been mostly oriented towards major cities, leading to the evolution of ‘two Indias’ – the rich urban India and the poor rural India…..
Read more at the [SOURCE: Wall Street Journal - Re-Imagining a New Urban India] (subscription)
J. S. MARCUS of Wall Street Journal recently interviewed Adriaan Geuze, founder of West 8.
Marcus asks Adriaan questions relating to the discipline of Landscape Architecture and the difference between landscape architecture, architecture, and planning. Also queries Geuze about why landscape architect stays regional in comparison to building styles which go global. The interview continues on chatting about a West 8 project and West 8′s home city of Rotterdam. An interesting interview with one of the world’s leading landscape architects.
Goto Redefining Urban Spaces – WSJ.com to read the full interview.