Winka Dubbeldam: Why Cities Need To Be Developed From The Bottom Up

Winka Dubbeldam: Why Cities Need To Be Developed From The Bottom Up
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Chair of Architecture at UPenn shares why it is important to see any city as a growing organism and to look at it dynamically rather than statically.

Winka Dubbeldam
  • 7 april 2013

‘My Ideal City’ is a project fueled by PSFK.com and directed by the city planner Gary Hack and architect Winka Dubbeldam, that aims to restructure downtown of Colombian city of Bogota from the roots up. Instead of handing over the entire process to outsiders, the concept aims to give an average citizen a say in how his or her urban environment is redesigned. PSFK.com spoke to Winka Dubbeldam, Chair of Architecture at UPenn and Principal at Archi-tectonics about her involvement and her vision for Bogota:

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