Digitalization has brought about a radical shift in the world of urban planning. Thanks to the data now available, planners have evidence of user activity that allows them to transition from an “I think” position to an “I know” position.
Since the beginning of human settlement, our cities have served as epicenters of cultural and economic growth. The structure and purpose of cities, and our relationship to them, have always been in flux. With these shifts, approaches to urban development