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Meßbereichsende bei 14 - muß wohl Made in China sein?

Only measures values up to 14 - Made in China?

# MARS & DCF IN QUITO: ON 1 DAY, IN 1 VENUE, 2 NOT-TO-BE-MISSED EVENTS, PART OF HABITAT 3

 

A RADICAL NEW GLOBAL COLLABORATIVE PLANNING APPROACH: UN HABITAT URBAN LABS

 

BOOK LAUNCH + ROUND TABLE ON THE FUTURE OF CITIES: Comments on a Global Convergence

 

# NEW TALKS ONLINE: INK SINGAPORE and STADSLEVEN (Dutch) more on MARS FACEBOOK PAGE

 

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Wall painted at casco urban lab couple weeks ago

Identifier: polksindianapoli00rlpo_18

Title: Polk's Indianapolis (Marion County, Ind.) city directory

Year: 1880 (1880s)

Authors: R.L. Polk & Co

Subjects:

Publisher: Indianapolis : R.L. Polk & Co.

Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive

  

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Text Appearing Before Image:

Miss, actress, res 172 Vir-ginia ave. Rinkle David, barber, 174 S Illinois, res172 Virginia ave. Rinkle Emma Miss, actress, res 172 Vir-ginia ave. Rinn Margaret Miss, elk, res 238 N West. Rinne Herman, bartender F Klare, rooms588 S Meridian. Ripley Emma J Miss, dressmkr, res 134Agnes. Ripley Frank W, deputy City elk, res 137E New York, Ripley Maggie (wid Wm J), res 134 Agnes. Ripley Warwick H, lav^^yer, 21 Vance blk.res 296 E New York. Ripley Wm I, livery, 72 W Market, res 236College ave. Rippetoe Edward G, lab, rooms 114 S Illi-nois. Rippeto John A, elk Indiana Farmer Co,res 179 E New York. Rising Joanna (wid Henry), res 230 N West. Rist John, baker, res 121 W Vermont. Rist John J, cigarmkr, res 65 N Alabama. Ristow Charles, molder, res 380 Coburn. Ristow Frank, lab, res 103 Spann ave. Ritchie, see also Rickey and Richie. Ritchie John J, res 35 N East. Ritchie Wm, patternmkr, res 252 E Morris. Ritchey Arnold, lab, bds 470 S New Jersey. Rittenhouse George L, trav agt, res 77 WSecond.

 

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Rittenhouse Thomas A, res 77 W Second.Ritter August, teamster, res 530 S New Jersey.Ritter Benjamin W, law student Ritter, Walker & Ritter, res 165 N Alabama.Ritter Caleb A, supt City Dispensary, 32 E Ohio, res same.Ritter Eli F (Ritter, Walker & Ritter), res 375 Central ave.I Ritter Henry, lab, res rear 286 E Louisiana.j Ritter Jennie Mrs, res 232 E Louisiana.Ritter Levi (Ritter, Walker & Ritter), res Irvington.Ritter Urban, lab, res rear 63 N Noble.Ritter Wm, lab, res 578 S Illinois.Ritter, UValker & Ritter (Levi Ritter, Lewis C Walker and Eli F Ritter), Lawyers, 82 E Washington.Rittinger Ella, wks 566 N Delaware.Ritzinger Augustus W (A W & F L Ritz- inger), res 469 N Tennessee.Rittinger A 1^ & K I^ (Augustus W and P>ank L Ritzinger), Bankers 38 E Washington.Ritzinger Frank L (A W & F L Ritzinger), res 854 N Meridian.Ritzinger Maria (wid Frederick), res 240 E Ohio.Ritzier Conrad, lab, res 186 Madison ave.Ritzier John A, cornicemkr, res 44 Brad- shaw.Ri

  

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Nassau Urban Lab - November 2015

Workshop Paisagem Ugente

foto: Guima

UCL Urban Laboratory contributed to the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia with the URBAN LAB+ International Network of Urban Laboratories, responding to the theme 'Reporting from the Front'.

 

Our exhibit asks how educational institutions can learn from each other, recognise common ground and unite to challenge existing models that simplify, segregate and monopolize urban space. As part of the URBAN LAB+ network, we aim to turn the tables; to step outside the standard university framework and find new ways of preparing for action, for reflecting on and interacting with, the urban environment.

 

We are exhibiting as part of collateral exhibition TIME, SPACE EXISTENCE at Palazzo Mora, organised by Dutch non-profit foundation Global Art Affairs, presenting architects from six continents, with a large diversity of presentations (models, concepts, research results, dreams, hopes and ideas), combining classical architectural presentations with surprising artistic elements.

 

The exhibit will be on display to the public from 28 May 2016 to 27 November 2016.

 

The URBAN LAB+ initiative includes eight urban laboratories from across the world: Technische Universität Berlin (Germany), École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland), Università della Calabria (Italy), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile), Wits University (South Africa), Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute (India), Chinese University of Hong Kong (China), University College London (United Kingdom).

UCL Urban Laboratory contributed to the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia with the URBAN LAB+ International Network of Urban Laboratories, responding to the theme 'Reporting from the Front'.

 

Our exhibit asks how educational institutions can learn from each other, recognise common ground and unite to challenge existing models that simplify, segregate and monopolize urban space. As part of the URBAN LAB+ network, we aim to turn the tables; to step outside the standard university framework and find new ways of preparing for action, for reflecting on and interacting with, the urban environment.

 

We are exhibiting as part of collateral exhibition TIME, SPACE EXISTENCE at Palazzo Mora, organised by Dutch non-profit foundation Global Art Affairs, presenting architects from six continents, with a large diversity of presentations (models, concepts, research results, dreams, hopes and ideas), combining classical architectural presentations with surprising artistic elements.

 

The exhibit will be on display to the public from 28 May 2016 to 27 November 2016.

 

The URBAN LAB+ initiative includes eight urban laboratories from across the world: Technische Universität Berlin (Germany), École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland), Università della Calabria (Italy), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile), Wits University (South Africa), Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute (India), Chinese University of Hong Kong (China), University College London (United Kingdom).

UCL Urban Laboratory contributed to the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia with the URBAN LAB+ International Network of Urban Laboratories, responding to the theme 'Reporting from the Front'.

 

Our exhibit asks how educational institutions can learn from each other, recognise common ground and unite to challenge existing models that simplify, segregate and monopolize urban space. As part of the URBAN LAB+ network, we aim to turn the tables; to step outside the standard university framework and find new ways of preparing for action, for reflecting on and interacting with, the urban environment.

 

We are exhibiting as part of collateral exhibition TIME, SPACE EXISTENCE at Palazzo Mora, organised by Dutch non-profit foundation Global Art Affairs, presenting architects from six continents, with a large diversity of presentations (models, concepts, research results, dreams, hopes and ideas), combining classical architectural presentations with surprising artistic elements.

 

The exhibit will be on display to the public from 28 May 2016 to 27 November 2016.

 

The URBAN LAB+ initiative includes eight urban laboratories from across the world: Technische Universität Berlin (Germany), École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland), Università della Calabria (Italy), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile), Wits University (South Africa), Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute (India), Chinese University of Hong Kong (China), University College London (United Kingdom).

Urban lab. Genova (Italy)

The idea here is to dam the Chicago River, tear out the locks, and allow the river to again flow into Lake Michigan, allowing nature as depicted above to cleanse the river of pollutants. Better upstream treatment might also be a component of such a plan.

Agfa Vista 200 (Expired)

Horror labs, 2008. First in, first out. The cat has been stolen, nobody took a picture of it.

The Arts Council For Long Beach presents “A Lot Symposium And Performance Series” at the Chantilly Clad artspace created by greenmeme, in June, 2011

Paneldebat. Kreativitet i Aarhus.

 

Panel: Jacob Bundsgaard, Borgmester i Aarhus

Jonatan Marcussen, Mejlgade Lab

Torben Nielsen, Rektor v. Arkitektskolen Aarhus

Rune Finseth, Mejlgade for Mangfoldighed

Gøsta Knudsen, Stadsarkitekt i Aarhus

Morten Nottelmann, Kaospiloterne / Op Med Aarhus

Lise Birgens Kristensen, Stud.Ark

Stefan Rasmussen, Pop Revo

Mads Peter Laursen, Bureau Detours

Anne Kathrine Aaris Edslev, BSAA Urban Lab

Paneldebat. Kreativitet i Aarhus.

 

Panel: Jacob Bundsgaard, Borgmester i Aarhus

Jonatan Marcussen, Mejlgade Lab

Torben Nielsen, Rektor v. Arkitektskolen Aarhus

Rune Finseth, Mejlgade for Mangfoldighed

Gøsta Knudsen, Stadsarkitekt i Aarhus

Morten Nottelmann, Kaospiloterne / Op Med Aarhus

Lise Birgens Kristensen, Stud.Ark

Stefan Rasmussen, Pop Revo

Mads Peter Laursen, Bureau Detours

Anne Kathrine Aaris Edslev, BSAA Urban Lab

Paneldebat. Kreativitet i Aarhus.

 

Panel: Jacob Bundsgaard, Borgmester i Aarhus

Jonatan Marcussen, Mejlgade Lab

Torben Nielsen, Rektor v. Arkitektskolen Aarhus

Rune Finseth, Mejlgade for Mangfoldighed

Gøsta Knudsen, Stadsarkitekt i Aarhus

Morten Nottelmann, Kaospiloterne / Op Med Aarhus

Lise Birgens Kristensen, Stud.Ark

Stefan Rasmussen, Pop Revo

Mads Peter Laursen, Bureau Detours

Anne Kathrine Aaris Edslev, BSAA Urban Lab

Paneldebat. Kreativitet i Aarhus.

 

Panel: Jacob Bundsgaard, Borgmester i Aarhus

Jonatan Marcussen, Mejlgade Lab

Torben Nielsen, Rektor v. Arkitektskolen Aarhus

Rune Finseth, Mejlgade for Mangfoldighed

Gøsta Knudsen, Stadsarkitekt i Aarhus

Morten Nottelmann, Kaospiloterne / Op Med Aarhus

Lise Birgens Kristensen, Stud.Ark

Stefan Rasmussen, Pop Revo

Mads Peter Laursen, Bureau Detours

Anne Kathrine Aaris Edslev, BSAA Urban Lab

Paneldebat. Kreativitet i Aarhus.

 

Panel: Jacob Bundsgaard, Borgmester i Aarhus

Jonatan Marcussen, Mejlgade Lab

Torben Nielsen, Rektor v. Arkitektskolen Aarhus

Rune Finseth, Mejlgade for Mangfoldighed

Gøsta Knudsen, Stadsarkitekt i Aarhus

Morten Nottelmann, Kaospiloterne / Op Med Aarhus

Lise Birgens Kristensen, Stud.Ark

Stefan Rasmussen, Pop Revo

Mads Peter Laursen, Bureau Detours

Anne Kathrine Aaris Edslev, BSAA Urban Lab

this is an example of a new project i am workin on, hand painted bottles with internal lights the first of these will be for sale at the recycled street art action on jan 31st at casco urban lab. florintine 3

In one of the first UK screenings, Urban Lab Films present the award-winning 'Cities of Sleep' on 25 May 2017, a documentary displaying the tremendous social and political pressure that sleep exerts on the homeless in Delhi, where securing a safe sleeping spot can often become a question of life and death. We will be joined by the director and an expert panel for a post-screening discussion.

 

Taking us into the heady world of insurgent sleeper communities in India’s capital, the film trails the lives of two individuals. Shakeel, a young man who has spent seven years sleeping rough, is now having to deal with the “sleep mafia”—goons who capitalise on the scarcity of safe sleeping spaces in the absence of government safety nets. The film follows his attempts to secure a safe sleeping space as the infamous winter rains of Delhi are due. We also meet Ranjeet, who runs a ‘sleep-cinema’ community under a huge double-storey iron bridge that straddles the banks of the Yamuna River. The thin strip of land houses shanty cinemas where over 400 homeless come and sleep through the day for a nominal price. The flooding of the river poses a threat to the people sleeping there every monsoon.

 

A post-screening panel will initiate a dialogue on sleep, health and homelessness in Delhi – which has over two million homeless – and London – where over 8000 people slept rough at least once in 2015/16. How can cities with shared histories, yet divergent trajectories of urbanisation act as compelling entry points for comparison and intervention? And as the nightscapes of cities are increasingly vital to urban economies, what can be done to address the substantial homeless problems, and health consequences, in both cities?

 

This special screening is part of a collaboration led by UCL’s Dr Sushrut Jadhav, made possible by a grant from the UCL Global Engagement Office, and support from Urban Lab Films, the UCL Division of Psychiatry, and Bertha DocHouse.

 

bit.ly/citiesofsleep

bit.ly/citiesofsleep

Amsterdam Urban Innovation Week 2013

O Workshop Internacional Urban Labs, parceria entre o INCITI, a Fundação Joaquim Nabuco / Ministério da Educação e o Consulado Geral da França no Recife, e apoio da Faculdades Integradas Barros Melo, foi um sucesso! O mobiliário desenvolvido pelos participantes foi exposto no sábado (17 de otubro) na Rua Domingos José Martins (entre a Rua do Bom Jesus e a Rua da Guia, no Bairro do Recife) e voltará ao local durante a programação do UTC Recife (de 24 a 27 de novembro). Em breve, lançaremos a votação para decidir que espaço da cidade vai receber este mobiliário!

 

O workshop foi ministrado pelos pensadores urbanos da VAASTU | Arquitetura, Urbanismo, Arte e Design, Bruit du Frigo (França) e A Batata Precisa De Você (SP).

 

Foto: Manuela Salazar / INCITI

  

Urvashi Butalia will deliver the third annual Cities Imaginaries lecture at UCL Urban Laboratory, as part of the India Voices season (see: bit.ly/citiesimaginaries2017)

 

The talk will focus on the story of Mona Ahmed, a hijra, in the city of Delhi. It will unfold through the friendship between two women, and their extended conversations over more than a decade, and will explore issues of urban life, citizenship, marginality and sexuality.

 

Urvashi Butalia is a feminist author and publisher who co-founded Kali for Women, India's first feminist publishing house. An active participant in India’s women’s movement for more than four decades, she is a Visiting Faculty at Ashoka University in Delhi, and is head of Zubaan Books. She has spoken and written widely on issues related to women in India, gender, identity politics, religious fundamentalism, censorship and freedom of expression and issues relating to sexual violence and conflict. In 2011, Ms Butalia was awarded the Padmashri, one of India's highest civilian honours. Ms Butalia lives and works in Delhi.

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