This month, we had the pleasure of spending a couple of days in one of our favourite UK cities. Liverpool is known for being a city of music, culture, friendly faces, and a varied dining scene and with restaurants being our thing, we thought we would give you a rundown of what a day out of eating can look like in lovely Liverpool – we were not disappointed.…
Lulu Dans Ma Rue, which translates to ‘Lulu in my street’, perfectly describes this unique neighbourhood concierge service created by Charles-Edouard Vincent for the Parisian community from small Kiosks dotted around the residential streets of Paris.
Chef and restaurateur Andrew Clarke has recently launched Pilot Light, which is a campaign to raise awareness of mental health in the hospitality industry. Clarke has set up Pilot Light with fellow chef Doug Sanham and they are undertaking this campaign in Partnership with Time to Change.
Frank Jensen, the mayor of Copenhagen is hosting The C40 Mayors Summit in October 2019. This Summit is a city led climate change conference, which as the name suggests, is made up of Mayors from 40 Cities worldwide, covering every corner of the globe.
Theaster Gates, the sculptor and international artist who’s work has been displayed in world renowned galleries such as The Whitney in New York and The White Cube in London is the founder of The Rebuild Foundation.
The Laneway Project is a not for profit social enterprise organisation based in Toronto, Canada.
The belief of one of co-founders, Michelle Senayah is that the discussed laneways in Toronto have the potential to be vibrant, living and working spaces, and that these potential thriving public spaces will help to create strong neighbourhoods, communities and cities.
The redevelopment of the South Harbour area in Aarhus’s Sydhavnen district in Denmark had a disused old Coal Bridge running through the middle of the development project, which provided a vast social enterprise opportunity.
Mexico City is known for being urban concrete jungle, with parkland and green spaces few and far between. Recognising the drastic need in his hometown to help purify the polluted smoggy air, the architect Fernando Ortiz Monasterio came up with the VerdeVertical project in 2007 to help fight this.