Stunning Film ‘The Human Scale’ Uses Architect Jan Gehl’s Voice to Inspire the World’s City Dwellers

December 11, 2013 by  
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Life in today’s mega cities is both tantalizing and troublesome – and by the year 2050, the percentage of the world’s population living in cities will rise from 50 to 80%. Due this growth, the problems of loneliness , dwindling resources, climate change , economics and poor health are set to spiral. In the face of this adversity, Andreas M. Dalsgaard’s new film The Human Scale seeks to inspire a generation of city dwellers to demand better solutions and living environments. Read the rest of Stunning Film ‘The Human Scale’ Uses Architect Jan Gehl’s Voice to Inspire the World’s City Dwellers Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Architectural Film , environmental film , Gehl Architects , Jan Gehl , mega-cities , overpopulation , Pedestrianisation , The Human Scale , urban planning        

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