: What I want from a modern city, a city of the future, is that it is more green. The cars feel outdated. We need to encourage mass transit. I also see more feminist urban planning. There are many pitches and skateboardparker, activities that in front of all the boys involved today. Public spaces have historically been masculine.
: In the city of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia, the world's largest city in 2.019 f. ce, with 65,000 inhabitants, the houses would be built in a way so that they had been easy to decorate with modern furniture. Very old cities, such as Damascus in Syria, have managed to adapt to extremely large number of new technologies. Stockholm's oldest part, the Old town, is in some ways the most modern now because it's not possible to get around with a car.
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: So the large gear pulls I don't. I believe that it is always based on some form of economic paradigm, but then can the houses be used for something else. Buildings must not be so extreme function-adapted.
: I took up Out to show that what people do is lasting over time. At the time, had perhaps more children and multiple generations lived together, but the way in which we live today, with almost 70 per cent singelhushåll, we have made over a very short period of time.
: I draw very many ones and twos right now, including in the planned high rises Tellus Towers in Stockholm, and I think I am possibly commit a large structural defect. Such apartments may not be at all, will be in demand in the next 50 years.
: at the same time, I am not sure that we will return to the classic family constellation.
: It's not really what I mean. I think I see a tendency that people once again want to stay collectively, though not necessarily with the family.
: I think that many people who are living by themselves today think that it is alone. I have lived in many different shapes and doing it in a collective manner. It is super great, but unfortunately there are few apartments where you can do it.
: There are 4.8 million homes in Sweden, one residence per every other person. The cut surface per individual is 42 square meters, which is very internationally. It points to a omfördelningsproblematik. In the "million" programme, there is a big shortage of space, but not elsewhere. We may not have to build lots of new apartments. The problem is more about redistribution.
: the Disproportion is nothing new. There are too few apartments for a reasonable price.
: I think we need to build with the long term perspective and we should definitely not save on the quality. To build fast and cheap is expensive in the long run!
: another issue is the infrastructure. Tellus Towers parasitizing a way, on the existing tunnelbaneinfrastruktur. We can't build this much without developing the infrastructure.
: It is a difficult issue that can easily become political.
Yes, it is. But it had, for example, been good if it was easier to do boendekarriär in the suburb. A problem today is that if you build very cheap, so it creates a psychological effect where the residents feel that their homes are not so much worth.
It is of course not one, single solution. But I think it would have helped if we mixed tenure and price levels more, so people with different income can stay in the same area.
: The optimum had been different prices in the same house, for example, that was the third apartment is cheaper. That way you avoid the stigma associated with an entire building of ”social housing”.
: The most sustainable house is one that is not torn. Look to the houses on Strandvägen in Stockholm, where there are no plan to demolish them. They have maintained lovingly.
: I am very for collectively planned house. To share resources is sustainable. Why should all have their own kitchen, for example?
: Many more people would like to share accommodation, I think. The duplex rooms on the beach road were also perfect as kollektivboenden! A kitchen and a hell of a lot of rooms.
: Not particularly. I believe that it is a problem with all of the connected home. It leads to more monitoring. A car today has eight kinds of cameras that measure where it is.
: I would have liked to have had a connected espresso machine. But otherwise not more than the other, I think.
: Food security. Historically, urban size has been linked to how much food can be produced. The energy determines how large cities can become.
: I see the issue more from a social perspective, how the segregation puts a different label on the different neighborhoods and pulling apart the cities.
: Such a change. Södermalm was poor before, but it is no longer.
: It is all about people not afford to live there. The risk is that the problems in the city is pushed away to the suburbs.
the New technology will enable the expression which had previously been unthinkable. With the 3D printing of concrete and robotics we will be able to create complex forms. I believe that future buildings become more ornate.
: We will use the airspace of the movement and live in scenic areas or close to where the food is produced. The world's population will also stabilize itself, so there are plenty of places to settle on.