At our company, Intelligent Futures, we talk to a lot of people about cities – like, a lot. Over the years, we’ve talked about what it takes to make cities better with urban planners, visual artists, not-for-profit organizations, entrepreneurs, politicians, urban gardeners, community volunteers, developers, kids, architects, scientists, transportation engineers, design thinkers and policymakers (to name a few). These conversations highlight that cities are complex, messy and ever-changing creations that are built by many hands in many ways.
We thought that other people might find these conversations interesting too. So we started 360 degree city - a podcast that explores cities from a wide range of perspectives. We’ll be looking at the city from a whole bunch of angles.
Learn more about our podcast at: https://360degree.city
Podcast created and produced by Intelligent Futures, a firm that works at the intersection of sustainability, design, engagement and urbanism. http://intelligentfutures.ca
Reading in the City: The Little Red Reading House
Today's topic: Reading. Why it's important and how we can create inspiring and unique places for people to read.
Experiences in Affordable Housing
John sits down with three folks who live in affordable housing in Calgary. We wanted to understand the lived experience—what do residents...
Matt Grace on the variability of going green in the built environment.
The Canadian affordable housing landscape
Dr. Sasha Tsenkova on the history, challenges and successes of affordable housing across Canada.
Understanding affordable housing providers
Robert Brown from Catalyst Community Developments Society and Jaydan Tait from Attainable Homes Calgary on delivering affordable housing.
Taking a look back on the first 50(ish) episodes of the podcast.