Interview with Alan Marshallby Giorgia Marino, interview with Alan Marshall
Wellington, New York, London or Tokyo. But also Minsk, Palo Alto, La Paz and Mo’ynoq. 100 adventurous visions of real cities transformed into green utopias. An alternative to the “enlightened” and technocratic Smart Cities scenarios.
Radical, visionary, eccentric, ironic, and firmly outside the box. Shamelessly, boldly and irreverently utopian. You can love it or hate it, but you can surely not remain indifferent to Alan Marshall’s fantasy urban planning project. Alan Marshall is a New Zealander that teaches Social...