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“The Human Scale” documents Danish architect Jan Gehl’s approach to create a good urban habitat for healthy human beings. Through years of observing people’s interaction with their living environment, Jan proposed and tested a set of human-centric guidelines in realizing an urban environment that is more suitable for human nature than the widely adopted automobile-focused […]
It’s a brand new year! So, what’s in store for Urban Fox? Last year, we set up our new site, created on an urban exploration mini game (coming real soon), posted some thoughts and reflections on urban environment, and continued to work on the periodic archetype project and a series of theme illustrations we previously […]
Pumpkin Fox and his Jack-o-Lantern, trick-or-treating in a pumpkin field. Joining rabbits and having fun, a night to remember with a bunch of friends.
The creative work of urbanist and media artist JT Singh always provides an interesting urban perspective to its representing city. This time, Singh’s new film, Shanghai Forever, takes us on a 3-minute journey to see its residential area away from its symbolic skyscrapers, leading us to the simpler way of living which is typically disassociated with China’s ultra modern mega-cities. Similar to Urban Fox’s […]
DON’T FORGET, YOU CAN VIEW THIS ON OUR NEW AND IMPROVED SITE. The globalized living lifestyle we are familiar today has gone through generations of on-going (re-)definition. Since the beginning of human civilization, our society has slowly evolved from agricultural communities into the modern urban environment. With the exponential increase in population, major cities are […]