Urbanology is a creative research program exploring the themes of habitat, culture and diversity in Geneva, Switzerland a unique international city, home to more than half a million people representing 189 nationalities.
Residencies, talks and informal exchanges are hosted in Geneva's international quarters - Le Jardin des Nations - at the Villa Boccard, a listed heritage building and garden designed by renowned Genevan architect Maurice Braillard in 1937.
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Text by Andreas Ruby following his urbanology residency
Une soirée avec Matthieu Jaccard, architecte et historien de l'art, durant sa résidence à urbanology
An evening with architect, urbanist and musician Anna Grichting for an urbanology talk about participative public space design in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia.
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