Bartłomiej Szczepański
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Rieselfeld, Freiburg: Eco-village, 15-minute tram ride from the city center. Integrates dense and vertical three- to five-story living with generous green and open spaces in between. Cyclists and pedestrians have priority, and only one out of every 10 residents owns a car.

Yesterday I posted Freiburg, Germany: City of the Future. Part I: Keeping What Works (a photo diary)– the first in a two-part series about Freiburg, a model for urban sustainability and innov…

The High Line (USA). 'Refurbished rail tracks have been transformed into grassy catwalks in the sky. It’s the paradigm of urban renewal gone right, enjoying its status as one of the city’s most beloved public spaces.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/new-york-city/sights/outdoors/high-line

The High Line in New York - Refurbished rail tracks have been transformed into grassy catwalks in the sky. It’s the paradigm of urban renewal gone right, enjoying its status as one of the city’s most beloved public spaces.