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Thinking about housing, food and cities
I think cities are important and want them to go well for people.
I sit on the board at the Academy of Urbanism and just finished studying city stuff at Oxford University.
Normally, I work on homelessness, startups and venture capital. Currently, I am in South America, researching urban food markets for a Churchill Fellowship.
Questions That Interest Me
Can 'commoning' end a housing crisis?
Might public markets work better, if they changed location?
Is knot theory useful for describing urbanism? How about fractals?
Are convincing metaphors invented or discovered?
How do cultural attitudes towards death shape placemaking?
Does Marchetti's constant apply to laptop jobs?
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