Urbcast - a podcast about cities (podcast o miastach)

Urbcast is a bilingual podcast about cities, urbanism & more. Every week you will hear about my observations regarding cities, urban design, architecture, living in the Scandinavian capital of design — Copenhagen and interviews with various guests. Urbcast to dwujęzyczny podcast o miastach, urbanistyce i nie tylko. Co tydzień usłyszysz w nim o moich spostrzeżeniach dotyczących miast, architektury, Kopenhagi, posłuchasz rozmów z gośćmi - nie tylko ze świata urbanistyki. Zapraszam, Marcin W. Żebrowski — urban designer, urbanista i miłośnik miast. info@urbcast.pl | https://linktr.ee/urbcast

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Urbcast na KPM: Jak będziemy mieszkać w (post) pandemicznej rzeczywistości? (gościni: Joanna Erbel)
2021-07-07 06:00:00

Z racji tego, że byłem częścią świetnego wydarzenia o nazwie Kongres Polityki Miejskiej i miałem tam okazję przeprowadzić bardzo ciekawe rozmowy, to chciałem się nimi podzielić w podcasćie.    Urbcast na KPM jest więc serią rozmów, które przeprowadziłem na tym kongresie, które prezentuje dla Ciebie w przystępnej, podcastowej formie.    W pierwszy odcinku porozmawiałem z Joanną Erbel  – socjolożką, działaczką miejską. Założycielka Fundacji Blisko. Od 2007 roku działa aktywnie w Warszawie na rzecz wzmacniania społeczności lokalnej, podnoszenia poziomu partycypacji społecznej i jakości miejskiej demokracji, wspierania zrównoważonego rozwoju miasta oraz promowania dobrych rozwiązań w zakresie polityki mieszkaniowej. Obecnie Liderka klubu samorządowego w CoopTech Hub.   Rozmawiamy o tym: po co potrzebne jest nam budownictwo społeczne? jak budować w sposób zrównoważony społecznie i jak zapewnić dostęp do infrastruktury społecznej? jakie są ukryte koszty mieszkania? miasto dostępne - czyli jakie? czym jest sąsiedztwo hybrydowe? jak wspierać lokalną społeczność? co czeka nas w przyszłości na rynku pracy i mieszkalnictwa?  Joannę możesz śledzić na: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joanna_Erbel https://pl.linkedin.com/in/joanna-erbel-74870a164 https://hub.plz.pl/zespol/ http://fundacjablisko.pl/  

55: What does sustainability mean in 2021? (guest: Jakob Strømann-Andersen - Director, Innovation and Sustainability, Partner at Henning Larsen)
2021-06-30 06:00:00

Welcome to the newest talk about the sustainability in architecture and design. My guest today is Jakob Strømann-Andersen - Director, Innovation and Sustainability, as well as (first non architect) Partner at Henning Larsen Architects.    I feel that word 'sustainable' has been used, so much in the architecture and planning industry recently that its meaning became blurred. This is why in our conversation we try to capture the essence behind this word as well as try to answer the question of what does sustainability mean nowadays.   Some of the themes that we talked about: How to give meaning to sustainable design in our cities? What is sustainability in design? What sustainability is NOT? What does it mean to be sustainable in 2021? We also talked about Jakob's article about the Paradigm Shifts that will Shape the Future of Cities and I asked If the most sustainable city is the one that doesn’t get built, how should we satisfy our urban development. You can follow Jakob's work at: Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakob-stroemann/ HLA Webiste https://henninglarsen.com/en/people/partners/jakob-stroemann-andersen Also remeber to follow Urbcast at urbcast.pl

54: Miasto 15-minutowe - czyli jakie?! (Debata na Kongresie Polityki Miejskiej - goście: Agnieszka Labus & Artur Jerzy Filip)
2021-06-23 06:00:00

Niezwykle popularnym trendem w naszych miastach stało się na przestrzeni ostatnich miesięcy koncepcja tzw. miasta 15-minutowego. Zakłada ona, że podstawowe potrzeby ludzi - praca, opieka medyczna, edukacja, zakupy, rozrywka, rekreacja - są dostępne podczas 15 minutowego spaceru lub jazdy rowerem. Ale tu pojawia się pytanie: miasto 15 minutowe - czyli jakie? Na to pytanie odpowiemy razem z moimi gośćmi w najnowszym odcinku podcastu. Będzie to odcinek szczególny o tyle, że będzie to pierwszy panel dyskusyjny na łamach podcastu. Spróbujemy zdefiniować to pojęcie, zastanowić się czym ono nie jest, jak i znaleźć sposób na zastosowanie tej koncepcji w polskich miastach. Debata była przygotowana i moderowana przeze mnie i została zrealizowana na Kongresie Polityki Miejskiej.  Moimi gośćmi są: dr Agnieszka Labus - architektka i urbanistka z misją, fundatorka i prezeska Zarządu Fundacji Laboratorium Architektury 60+ (LAB 60+), a do tego ekspertka w dziedzinie projektowania dla seniorów. dr Artur Jerzy Filip - specjalista w dziedzinie projektowania urbanistycznego i planowania miast . Badacz i praktyk innowacyjnych struktur międzysektorowego współzarządzania realizacją projektów urbanistycznych. A czym dla Ciebie jest miasto 15-minutowe? Chcesz dowiedzieć się więcej? Zapraszam na urbcast.pl

Welcome to the Urbcast website!
2021-06-18 06:00:00

Hi! Good to be back after a small break! In this short episode I wanted to give you short update about my podcast life as well as about an important congress that I have been a part of recently. But the main dish is... the new bilingual website of the podcast! In this episode I will talk about: what was the Urban Policy Congress that took place in Katowice (Poland) where I was co hosting the media scene? how does it feel to meet your podcast guest in real life for the first time? how did it start with the webiste and how did the process look like? why is it worth to sign up for the newsletter and how to get the first free ebook? See you at https://urbcast.pl/en/home/

Urbcast.pl - zapraszam na stronę podcastu!
2021-06-18 06:00:00

Cześć! Dobrze być tu ponownie po krótkiej przerwie! W tym krótkim odcinku opowiem Ci o tym, co się ostatnio wydarzyło w życiu podcastowym oraz jak ważnym wydarzeniem jest dla mnie pokazanie Ci mojego najnowszego dzieła - dwujęzycznej strony internetowej tego podcastu. W tym odcinku o tym: na czym polegał Kongres Polityki Miejskiej, na którym miałem okazję współtworzyć scenę medialną ? jakie to uczucie spotkać na żywo po raz pierwszy gości swojego podcastu? skąd wziął się pomysł na stronę i jak ona powstawała? czemu warto zapisać się na newsletter i jak dostać pierwszy darmowy ebook ?  Do zobaczenia na urbcast.pl

53: How to connect passionate people who make cities sustainable? (guest: Gerald Babel-Sutter - URBAN FUTURE)
2021-06-02 06:00:00

In this episode I am really happy to talk to the co-founder & CEO of URBAN FUTURE Global Conference - Gerald Babel-Sutter. The URBAN FUTURE global conference is Europe’s largest event for sustainable cities. But it is also so much more than that. It’s a community of passionate CityChangers from all over the world. Active, passionate and visionary decision-makers – CityChangers – are the ones who drive change and create sustainable urban spaces.   With Gerald we talked about: 1) the story behind the Urban Future Global Conference How did one small coincidence in Graz led to the the biggest event for sustainable cities? 2) How does pandemic influence urbanism conferences? This can be on a more personal note as I was directly influenced by it. I was extremely excited to join UFCG in Lisbon. I had bought all the tickets and accommodation and then the lockdown came.. But I was only one of the participants. It had to be really devastating for the organising team who spend more than a year of their life preparing for this event. 3) The FUTURE of Urban Future The Urban Future is now rebranding and broadening the scope with online activities. It is extremely interesting for a conference to be rebranded into a one big community of city changers, where the physical conferences are only a part of the whole agenda. Gerald reccommendet the following book: If Mayors Ruled the World: Dysfunctional Nations, Rising Cities by Benjamin Barber https://www.amazon.pl/If-Mayors-Ruled-World-Dysfunctional/dp/030016467X You can follow Gerald and the Urban Future at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/urbanfuture/ http://www.urban-future.org/ https://www.facebook.com/urbanfutureglobalconference/ https://www.instagram.com/urban_future_global_conference/

51: Socialist realism - how to deal with complicated architectural heritage? (guest: Michal Kristof - CHYBIK + KRISTOF)
2021-05-21 06:00:00

I am happy to share with you the newest conversation, I had with Michal Kristof - architect and one of the two founders (together with Ondřej Chybik) of the Czech - Slovak architecture practice CHYBIK + KRISTOF. It was a perfect moment to talk as they are celebrating their own - 10th anniversary. Since we both come from Easter/Central Europe and the former Soviet block countries we will talk about the complicated socialism realism heritage both in architecture and culture. How should we approach the old, often monumental (sometimes even too much) and brutalist buildings? Should we transform them? Should we tear them down? Should we accept them? It is a very hard question to answer. Is it even possible to do it? We talked about: Complicated heritage What is Michal's attitude towards these projects? Why is our heritage so complicated? How should we approach it while developing our cities? Michal recommended the books about the great architect Luigi Snozzi, you can read about him here: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Snozzi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Snozzi New vs old How can we introduce new qualities but also show some respect to the heritage? Does Michal think that a new architecture market opens in former East/Central European countries? You can follow Michal's and CHYBIK + KRISTOF : on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ond%C5%99ej-chyb%C3%ADk-01b5a1107/?originalSubdomain=cz https://www.linkedin.com/in/michalkristof/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/chybik.kristof.associated.architects on the C+K webiste https://www.chybik-kristof.com/ and their facebook https://www.facebook.com/Chybik.Kristof and instagram https://www.instagram.com/chybikkristof

51: Socialist realism - how to deal with complicated architectural heritage? (guest: Michal Kristof - CHYBIK + KRISTOF)
2021-05-21 06:00:00

I am happy to share with you the newest conversation, I had with Michal Kristof - architect and one of the two founders (together with Ondřej Chybik) of the Czech - Slovak architecture practice CHYBIK + KRISTOF. It was a perfect moment to talk as they are celebrating their own - 10th anniversary. Since we both come from Easter/Central Europe and the former Soviet block countries we will talk about the complicated socialism realism heritage both in architecture and culture. How should we approach the old, often monumental (sometimes even too much) and brutalist buildings? Should we transform them? Should we tear them down? Should we accept them? It is a very hard question to answer. Is it even possible to do it? We talked about: Complicated heritage What is Michal's attitude towards these projects? Why is our heritage so complicated? How should we approach it while developing our cities? Michal recommended the books about the great architect Luigi Snozzi, you can read about him here: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Snozzi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Snozzi New vs old How can we introduce new qualities but also show some respect to the heritage? Does Michal think that a new architecture market opens in former East/Central European countries? You can follow Michal's and CHYBIK + KRISTOF : on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ond%C5%99ej-chyb%C3%ADk-01b5a1107/?originalSubdomain=cz https://www.linkedin.com/in/michalkristof/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/chybik.kristof.associated.architects on the C+K webiste https://www.chybik-kristof.com/ and their facebook https://www.facebook.com/Chybik.Kristof and instagram https://www.instagram.com/chybikkristof

51: Socialist realism - how to deal with complicated architectural heritage? (guest: Michal Kristof - CHYBIK + KRISTOF)
2021-05-21 06:00:00

I am happy to share with you the newest conversation, I had with Michal Kristof - architect and one of the two founders (together with Ondřej Chybik) of the Czech - Slovak architecture practice CHYBIK + KRISTOF. It was a perfect moment to talk as they are celebrating their own - 10th anniversary. Since we both come from Easter/Central Europe and the former Soviet block countries we will talk about the complicated socialism realism heritage both in architecture and culture. How should we approach the old, often monumental (sometimes even too much) and brutalist buildings? Should we transform them? Should we tear them down? Should we accept them? It is a very hard question to answer. Is it even possible to do it? We talked about: Complicated heritage What is Michal's attitude towards these projects? Why is our heritage so complicated? How should we approach it while developing our cities? Michal recommended the books about the great architect Luigi Snozzi, you can read about him here: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Snozzi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luigi_Snozzi New vs old How can we introduce new qualities but also show some respect to the heritage? Does Michal think that a new architecture market opens in former East/Central European countries? You can follow Michal's and CHYBIK + KRISTOF : on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ond%C5%99ej-chyb%C3%ADk-01b5a1107/?originalSubdomain=cz https://www.linkedin.com/in/michalkristof/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/chybik.kristof.associated.architects on the C+K webiste https://www.chybik-kristof.com/ and their facebook https://www.facebook.com/Chybik.Kristof and instagram https://www.instagram.com/chybikkristof

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