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Interview by Marta Bugés
Filmed by Rubén Molina and Gabriel Sastre
Video edition by Evgenyia Barashkova

Special thanks to the Col·legi de Camins for facilitating the recording of this interview.

Applied City Science Techniques

Ramon Gras, urban innovation researcher at Harvard and co-founder at Aretian, talks about the application of city science techniques on urban environments to enhance their performance and improve the citizens’ quality of life. In this interview, he dives into the case study of Madrid dissecting its diverse urban patterns and how it affects the city’s dynamics. These insights are part of the Aretian’s publication City Science: Performance Follows Form (Actar Publishers, 2023).

 

Interview by Marta Bugés
Filmed by Rubén Molina and Gabriel Sastre
Video edition by Evgenyia Barashkova

Special thanks to the Col·legi de Camins for facilitating the recording of this interview.

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