What might we use as the model for the city of today? Can a city be an object when it is really an experience? Is the idea of utopia still valid in the 21st-century metropolis? Leading architects and thinkers discuss how they are reimagining urban space, including artist Antony Gormley, architect Zaha Hadid, Richard Sennett, Chair of The Cities Programme at London School of Economics (LSE), Anthony Vidler, Professor and Dean of the Irwin S Chanin School of Architecture, The Cooper Union, New York, Mark Cousins, Histories and Theories Programme Director of the Architecture Association, Peter Head, Director of Sustainability at Arup and Ricky Burdett, Centennial Professor in Architecture and Urbanism at London School of Economics (LSE).
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Added by Kevan on June 27, 2007