On 25-26 October 2018 I will present the results of my research I am doing for the URMI Project at Tampere University of Technology. Here is more info about the event or read more if you want to see the abstract.
I was invited give a presentation to the Finnish Ministry of Environment and his delegation to display the results of my research at Tampere University of Technology on metaMorphology. The talk was designed to show the methodology I developed to study urban trends in Finland and rise awareness on the phase of decay in the […]
In my talk I presented the general concept of metaMorphology, some insights from my research at Tampere University of Technology and selected works from the metaMorphology Lab of Tampere, Tallinn and St. Petersburg. Here you can read more if you can read Finnish.
Today I was invited to presented the metaMorphology approach at Space Syntax Ltd in London.
We sat for an interview with ITMO University News on how social media and their users’ social networks have an effect on urban life, and how exploring these factors can enhance planners’ understanding of the city.
A new interview on Deep Baltic where we talk about the way we look at city and how we developed the SPIN Unit model.
An interview on CityMetric by Aliide Naylor featuring the Baltigram project: “What we try to do here is find the pictures in their spatial context. So we study the pictures in the city, in the urban environment,” says project lead Damiano Cerrone. He added that positioning of people in their environment and their activities can be pinpointed to specific locations. ”Each single […]
The Baltigram SPIN Unit project being discussed on Deep Baltic, an online magazine on travel and culture articles relating to Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
One of our research reports, “A Sense of Place: Exploring the potentials and possible uses of Location Based Social Network Data for urban and transportation planning in Turku City Centre”, was selected for the UN Habitat III exhibition “Visualizing Cities” in Quito. More information on Visualizing Cities from the UN Habitat III website.
Today SPIN Unit released the Baltigram project, a project originally commissioned for Baltic Pavilion of the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale developed together with Prof. Lev Manovich and Raul Kalvo. More about the project can be found on SPIN Unit.