Bogotá may seem chaotic, but there is inspiration to be found in the city’s changing venues and multi-purpose spaces.
Rodrigo Nino, CEO of Prodigy Network, is moving urban funding into the hands of the public in Bogota, Colombia.
PSFK talks to Brett Martin about how mobile technology platforms are using location to connect people in new and interesting ways.
Student proposal for Bogota examines recycling as a platform for citizen engagement and urban improvement.
Bogota airport owners are asking citizen creatives for ideas on how to design the new building.
Real-estate developer and philanthropist on producing a collective vision for the city of Bogota with the My Ideal City project.
Student concept for Bogota looks at the university hub as a catalyst for culture and development.
Professor Emeritus of City & Regional Planning at UPenn believes that the people who live in a city are the only ones who really know how to improve it.
Real-estate pioneer Rodrigo Niño explains how his current project, My Ideal City, seeks to bring citizens and experts together to build a better city.
The Acoustic Guitar Project brings music back to basics by challenging artists to rely on themselves and their instrument to create raw, unadulterated music.
PSFK visits the Andes to study how an immense - and fairly ancient - system supports a huge amount of farmers to produce one of South America's most important exports.
Once a year, Car-Free Day inspires drivers to use alternative modes of transportation.