We are happy to confirm Tallinn as the hosting city for the 6th edition of Urbiquity Urban Lab! The Lab will focus on investigating the ways global urban issues manifest in specific contexts – concentrating on a single street with the aim to learn about Tallinn in general as well as challenges for cities around the world. The 2019 Urban Lab is part of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale satellite programme.
“Reading the street” publication available
“Reading the Street - Creative Methods in Doing Critical Urban Research on the Example of Two Streets in Milan and Tallinn” is a critical account of the work produced by Urbiquity in 2018. Comprised of an essay, interview with academics and a project by project analysis of both the Milan and Tallinn Urban Labs, the publication is intended for anyone interested in learning from and about cities.
The publication was kindly supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.