Analyzing next trends often is an act of trying to shape the future based on past experiences. For that reason it’s like a big lottery with an intended purpose – But an interesting one!
Crowd-funded Urbanism and more…
Jeroen Beekmans from The Pop-Up City recently started to publish a series of ten trends for 2012 when it comes to city culture, urban design, marketing and technology. The list includes interesting ideas like Crowd-Funded Urbanism or Urbanism Made To Like and phenomenons like The Revival Of Psychogeography just to name a few.
Jeroen considers those trends-to-be to be very important for our cities in the coming 52 weeks and although the list isn’t completed, I think it includes some worth to know basic approaches. Check them out to know what’s probably going to happen in our urban landscapes in 2012 – And subscribe to the Pop-Up City RSS feed!