The world is certainly not getting any smaller, that’s for sure. And its capacity to hold us all is starting to become a strain on the planet. But, as ever, there are clever humans who have ideas.
The 15-minute city urban theory received the 2021 Obel Prize in recognition of the concept’s value for creating sustainable and people-centric urban environments.
“First coined in 2016 by Sorbonne professor Carlos Moreno, the term defines a highly flexible urban model that ensures all citizens can access daily needs within a 15-minute distance.”
And you can visit these cities now.
Read more here courtesy of ArchDaily.com.