In this talk, Stefan Al will give an overview of his latest research. Professor Al aims to understand today’s new key urban forms, how they came to be, the ways in which they shape lives and affect resources, and implications for policy and design. He is acclaimed for his work on Asian urbanism with published books investigating China’s unique informal settlements and Hong Kong’s compact urban form, including Factory Towns of South China, Village in the City, Mall City, and Macau and the Casino Complex. He has made significant contributions to understanding cities as branded spaces, highlighted in his most recent sole-authored book on Las Vegas: The Strip. His latest research is focused on adapting cities to climate change and connecting people with places through transit-oriented development.
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Earlier Event: June 27Two Perspectives on the Urban Village: Jonathan Bach and Stefan Al