SCIBE Newspaper is out!
Post date: Tue, 04/06/2013 - 19:40
In order to make our work as publicly available as possible, we have compiled our open access papers into a 64 page newspaper!
SCIBE Urban Design Research Workshop in Reykjavík
Post date: Tue, 11/09/2012 - 19:29
The SCIBE team in Reykjavík is to kick off a workshop in cooperation with the planning department at the Agricultural University of Iceland and EMU (the European Postmaster of Urbanism) on 15 September 2012. A strong international team of students and three instructors from EMU, including Professor Tjallingii from TUDelft and Paola Viganò from the Università IUaV of Venice will be participating with a strong ecological focus.
WITHIN THE LIMITS OF SCARCITY: Rethinking Space, City and Practices
Post date: Wed, 05/09/2012 - 11:58
PhD Conference - Call for Papers
Scarcity is often considered as a fundamental condition of human societies. On the one hand, the state of not having enough has been at the bottom of a variety of strategies and techniques to overcome it; on the other, it has served as an explanatory argument for social order, for distribution or for conflict.
SCARCE TIMES: ALTERNATIVE FUTURES | SCIBE and The Architecture Foundation are calling for collaboration!
Post date: Wed, 16/05/2012 - 19:27
The Architecture Foundation and Scarcity and Creativity in the Built Environment (SCIBE) in London are looking to collaborate with strong groups of creative professionals capable of proposing innovative strategies and tools to address conditions of scarcity in the built environment.
SCIBE to host the Third European Urban Summer School! Apply now!
Post date: Tue, 01/05/2012 - 09:47
TIMES OF SCARCITY: RECLAIMING THE POSSIBILITY OF MAKING
Globalisation, climate change, resource depletion and financial crises are the prevailing – and often crippling – conditions which shape our immediate professional and academic lives and longer-term futures. In our times of rapid change, young planners, architects and designers must develop and adopt new and more holistic approaches to planning and design in order to engage in a meaningful manner with an increasingly urban world and to propose creative interventions that go beyond the immediately physical.
SCARCITY EXCHANGES: Saskia Sassen on Fabricating Scarcities
Post date: Sun, 10/04/2011 - 00:28
SCARCITY EXCHANGES: Iain Boal and Lyla Mehta on Concepts of Scarcity
Post date: Sun, 10/04/2011 - 00:25
SCARCITY EXCHANGES: Ed van Hinte and Steve Broome on Scarcity and Consumption
Post date: Sun, 10/04/2011 - 00:23
SCARCITY EXCHANGES: Alfredo Brillembourg and David Satterthwaite on Cities of Scarcity
Post date: Sun, 10/04/2011 - 00:19
SCARCITY EXCHANGES: Dougald Hine and Andrew Simms on Economies of Scarcity
Post date: Sun, 10/04/2011 - 00:16