The Future Of Cities
This report examines 28 key trends that are driving the sustainable development and efficient operation of modern cities as they respond to the unique challenges posed by rapid urbanization. Aided by connected technologies, social platforms, and flexible design thinking, cities at the forefront of these progressive solutions are creating a compelling blueprint for ensuring that their citizens, businesses and public institutions thrive. As we plan for the future, PSFK Labs is excited for the opportunity to contribute its point of view to this ongoing conversation.
Published October 2013
- 150 page report
- Featuring five macro themes and 28 key trends
- 80+ examples of innovation described in detail
- Relevant experts to follow in the space
- Ideas for putting the trends into action
- Spanish translation
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