Since 2011 and at irregular intervals, Dagmar Woyde-Koehler has posted her thoughts, reflections and insights arising both from her work on the MINDKISS Project and her collaboration with OUBEY. You can find all previously published blogs on this page.
More than two thirds of all people on this planet live in cities today – and the tendency is rising. Cities made of stone, concrete and asphalt. Cities in which the air is difficult to breath and where the chirping of a bird is drowned out by the noise of traffic. Cities in which streets and parking places take up many times the amount of space available for parks, playgrounds and sports fields. This brings up the question of whether the city of the future will, and should, look like this.