Resilient Urbanism

How can our cities adapt and evolve in the face of change? Can complexity theory help us provide our cities with more adaptive capacity to respond to uncertain circumstances?

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Increasingly, we are becoming concerned with how we can make cities that are able to respond to change and stress. Resilient urbanism takes guidance from some complexity principles with regards to how the urban fabric can adapt to change.

 


Photo Credit and Caption: Photo of row houses on the Singel Iin Amsterdam, unknown author.

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