BMW Guggenheim Lab / 100 Urban Trends

Interactive glossary collecting 100 trends in urban thinking, for the Berlin Lab, with Tom van de Velde, as Collective Assembly.
The BMW Guggenheim Lab, a mobile urban laboratory centered around the topic of life in cities today, has offered free programs and workshops and implemented urban projects in New York City (August 3–October 16, 2011), Berlin (June 15–July 29, 2012), and Mumbai (December 9–January 20, 2013). Created as a resource, 100 Urban Trends aims to identify the most talked-about trends in urban thinking, as they were discussed in these three venues. Each individual glossary offers 100 contextualized definitions that apply to the way we understand, design, and live in cities.
This interactive glossary, designed and developed by Collective Assembly, collects 100 of the most talked-about trends in urban thinking, all of which played a role during the Lab’s stay in the German capital. The compilation of these terms creates a new resource for understanding the way people relate to and live in cities and is intended to advance the concept of the city as a catalyst for ideas.
Designed and developed by: BMW Guggenheim Lab Collective Assembly Tom van de Velde

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Andrew Chee

  • Interaction Design / Product Development


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    Collective Assembly


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    Andrew Chee
    Interaction Design / Product Development