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Gary Hustwit (Helvetica, Objectified) returns with the final documentary in his design film trilogy. Urbanized focuses on the design of cities, and features some of the world's foremost architects, planners, policymakers, and thinkers including Sir Norman Foster, Rem Koolhaas, Oscar Niemeyer, Amanda Burden, Jan Gehl, Enrique Penalosa, Yung Ho Chang, Alejandro Aravena, Eduardo Paes, Rahul Mehrotra, Ellen Dunham-Jones, james COrner, Bruce Katz, Candy Chang, Edgar Pieterse, Noah Chasin, and many more, including extraordinary citizens who have changed their cities.
Who is allowed to shape our cities, and how do they do it? And how does the design of our cities affect our lives? By exploring a diverse range of urban design projects in dozens of cities around the world, from massive infrastructure initiatives to temporary interventions, Urbanized frames a global discussion on the future of cities.
Fascinating. Inspiring. There are some amazing people out there, working to make our lives on this planet a better existence. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Anne B
If you are interested in urban life, sustainability etc this is a great movie. Beautiful cinematography and compelling subjects. Highly recommended.Published 19 months ago by D. Finn
One of a series of docs about the world of design by Paola Antonelli.
I love it. At a reasonable price.
It's a very interesting documentary about the big cities and the problems we must deal in the next years. It's scary.Published 19 months ago by jxsotolo
this video should be compulsory viewing for citizen everywhere. It shows a better future is possible and articulates ways that are being employed around the world that aren't a... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nigel Lamb
Urbanized, like Objectified (Hustwit's previous film), is an interesting but diffuse film that takes on too much and fails to communicate a clear message. Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by James Mckenna