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An award-winning podcast about city design with Jennifer Keesmaat. Invisible City seeks to reveal the city that lurks beneath the surface of our everyday lives.

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An award-winning podcast about city design with Jennifer Keesmaat. Invisible City seeks to reveal the city that lurks beneath the surface of our everyday lives.

    Ep. 016: Transforming Paris

    Ep. 016: Transforming Paris

    Marion Waller is an urbanist and philosopher. She's an advisor to the deputy mayor of Paris, France, who is in charge of urban planning, innovation and attractiveness.

    This is the 3rd episode of a 5 part series recorded in Vienna. This series features some of the most progressive people from across the globe that are truly driving change in their cities.

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    Part 2: https://soundcloud.com/invisiblecitypodcast/ep015
    Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/invisiblecitypodcast/ep014

    • 41 min
    Ep. 015: Can Computers Plan Our Cities? The Art and Science of Planning

    Ep. 015: Can Computers Plan Our Cities? The Art and Science of Planning

    Euan Mills is an Urban Designer at Future Cities Catapult currently advising the Mayor of London, England and his planning team on major redevelopments across the city. He believes in utilizing technology to plan our cities better.

    This is the 2nd episode of a 5 part series recorded in Vienna. This series features some of the most progressive people from across the globe that are truly driving change in their cities.

    Subscribe on your preferred platform: www.invisiblecitypodcast.com/subscribe
    Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/invisiblecitypodcast/ep014

    • 38 min
    Ep. 014: Nurturing A Tribe - Urban Futures, The Global Movement

    Ep. 014: Nurturing A Tribe - Urban Futures, The Global Movement

    Jennifer sits down with Josephine Lui, co-founder of the URBAN FUTURE global conference, Europe’s largest event for sustainable cities.

    This is the 1st episode of a 5 part series recorded in Vienna. This series features some of the most progressive people from across the globe that are truly driving change in their cities.

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    • 24 min
    Ep. 013: Transit - An Instrument of Urban Freedom

    Ep. 013: Transit - An Instrument of Urban Freedom

    Jennifer sits down with Jarrett Walker, the author of the book 'Human Transit'. They discuss shaping cities through the use of transit as a tool.

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Ep. 012: Love Thy City

    Ep. 012: Love Thy City

    Jennifer sits down with Sharon Avery, President and CEO of the Toronto Foundation to discuss the evolution of philanthropy in our cities, and the role and opportunities for philanthropy in shaping societal change.

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    • 59 min
    Ep. 011: Transforming The Suburbs

    Ep. 011: Transforming The Suburbs

    Jennifer chats with Brent Toderian, Urbanist and former Vancouver chief planner. They discuss the transformation and the need for transforming suburbia.

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    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

Murphynator ,

Very engaging

The interviews are interesting and the topics are well-covered. I wish there were more episodes!

arcito ,

Irony doesn’t help

Honestly, just based in one single chapeter (Ep. 015) I don’t like the main speaker attitud towards her “guest”; it’s more a Monologue than an interview. The guest haven’t had the time at any poit to make his mind about anything. She has been Ironically anoying at all times and clearly she doesn’t know what he is trying to talk about. Personally Desapointed.

MakeYouSway ,

Great interviews!

Loved listening to this podcast - but why did they stop producing episodes?

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