• Waterfront Cities of the World: Vancouver

    Vancouver

    published: 16 Oct 2013
  • Waterfront Cities Of The World: Singapore

    published: 29 May 2013
  • Imagine 2060: New York — The Global Business of Waterfronts

    NEW YORK, September 14, 2017 — A panel of global experts discuss how the world's great waterfront cities can be positioned for maximum industrial, commercial, and logistical success. Speakers included Kenneth DeWoskin, Roland Lewis, and William Cole. The conversation was moderated by Richard Lui. (43 min., 04 sec.)

    published: 14 Sep 2017
  • Fred Kent: 34 Great Waterfronts of the World

    Renowned urban planner Fred Kent and his partner Kathy Madden of Project for Public Spaces give a virtual tour of their favorite waterfronts around the world. Kent and Madden selected these sites both for their beauty and their ability to attract diverse crowds that create vibrant public spaces. They also offer tips on how San Diego can improve its waterfront by making it more accessible and interesting to downtown pedestrians. This talk is sponsored by the San Diego chapter of Partners for Livable Places. [12/2006] [Public Affairs] [Humanities] [Show ID: 12045]

    published: 08 Feb 2008
  • Dubai Waterfront (WORLDS BEST CITY)

    The Dubai Waterfront is the largest waterfront development in the world. The project is a conglomeration of canals and islands studded with luxury hotels and homes. It is expected to house 400,000 people and transform the last stretch of Dubai's undeveloped Gulf seashore. New to Dubai real estate, the project is open to foreign investment with its developer, Nakheel, owning a 51% stake. It will consist of 170 square miles of water and land developments, an area two-and-a-half times the size of Washington, D.C ** Request an AbreuRealty.com agent to contact you with an agent in Dubai.**

    published: 21 Nov 2011
  • Art of City Building - Session 3: Public Waterfronts

    Art of City Building 2017 Halifax, Nova Scotia October 23, 2017 Session 3: Designing & Operating Public Waterfronts Historically, people often settled next to water sources and many of the world’s cities are formed by the water. Waterfronts today are some of the most important public spaces in cities and great effort is directed toward building beautiful, accessible and functional waterfronts. This session will share stories from some of the world’s great waterfronts, including their history and evolution, and our panel of waterfront experts will be invited to share their critiques of our very own Halifax waterfront. • Tyke Tykesson, Architect, City of Malmö Topic: Malmö WaterfrontHans Ibelings, Architectural Critic & Researcher Topic: Amsterdam Waterfront • Jennifer Keesmaat, Urb...

    published: 23 Oct 2017
  • Waterfront Cities of the World: Doha, Qatar

    Doha (Arabic: الدوحة‎‎, ad-Dawḥa or ad-Dōḥa, literally: "the big tree") is the capital city of Qatar and is located on the coast of the Persian Gulf, it had a population of 1,312,947 in 2013. Doha is Qatar's largest city, with over 60% of the nation's population residing in Doha or its surrounding suburbs, and is also the economic centre of the country. It is also one of the municipalities of Qatar. Doha also serves as the seat of government of Qatar. Doha is home to the Education City, an area devoted to research and education. Doha was the site of the first ministerial-level meeting of the Doha Development Round of World Trade Organization negotiations. The city of Doha held the 2006 Asian Games, the largest of the series held to that time.[citation needed] Doha also hosted the 2011 Pan...

    published: 08 Jan 2015
  • Discovery Waterfront Cities of the World Melbourne 720p

    Melbourne /ˈmɛlbərn/ is the capital and most populous city in the state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia.[2] The Melbourne City Centre is the hub of the greater metropolitan area and the Census statistical division—of which "Melbourne" is the common name. As of June 2011, the greater geographical area had a population of 4.17 million.[1] Inhabitants of Melbourne are called Melburnians.[3] The metropolis is located on the large natural bay known as Port Phillip, with the city centre positioned on the estuary of the Yarra River (at the northernmost point of the bay).[4] The metropolitan area then extends south from the city centre, along the eastern and western shorelines of Port Phillip, and expands into the hinterland. The city centre is situated in the municipal...

    published: 16 Apr 2013
  • Simple Minds - Waterfront

    Acoustic – 12 songs reimagined acoustically - out now on CD/Vinyl/Stream/Download – featuring Don’t You (Forget About Me), Promised You A Miracle FT KT Tunstall, American and many more. https://SimpleMindsInl.lnk.to/AcousticID Listen to the complete playlist on Spotify here: https://SimpleMindsInl.lnk.to/ListenID Sign up for news http://po.st/SMNewsLetter Follow Simple Minds online: http://po.st/SMwebsite http://po.st/SMFacebook http://po.st/SMTwitter http://po.st/SMYoutube http://po.st/SMgoogleplus http://po.st/SMTumblr Music video by Simple Minds performing Waterfront (2003 Digital Remaster).

    published: 02 Jun 2009
  • Amanda Burden: How public spaces make cities work

    More than 8 million people are crowded together to live in New York City. What makes it possible? In part, it's the city's great public spaces -- from tiny pocket parks to long waterfront promenades -- where people can stroll and play. Amanda Burden helped plan some of the city's newest public spaces, drawing on her experience as, surprisingly, an animal behaviorist. She shares the unexpected challenges of planning parks people love -- and why it's important. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions ...

    published: 07 Apr 2014
  • The Waterfront (Stone Roses) - NORMANDY (ON A BEACH) - full song

    Possibly one of the earliest "Stone Roses" demos available, this was recorded some time in 1983 by the band John Squire and Andy Couzens had put together and comprised, beside them, of Chris Goodwin on drums and "Kaiser" on vocals. Mani joined the group to jam on his bass. The Waterfront dismantled in late 1983. Andy Couzens, Ian Brown and John Squire went on to form the Stone Roses with Pete Garner on bass and Alan "Reni" Wren on drums. The track is closer in sound to songs like Sally Cinnamon and All Across The Sand than recordings later gathered in the Garage Flower compilation.

    published: 29 Jun 2011
  • reSITE Conference 2013: Reclaiming Waterfronts

    At reSITE 2013, Barbara Wilks of W Architecture and Landscape Architecture examines how New York City successfully combines revitalization with flood resiliency in designs for the urban waterfront. “Reclaiming Waterfronts” was organized as part of the reSITE 2013 conference, Prague, June 2013. reSITE is an international festival about collaborative design partnerships for more livable cities. This video is used with permission from reSITE.

    published: 04 May 2016
  • Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian

    Brent Toderian is an internationally respected practitioner in downtown, main street and waterfront planning & urban design. He consults for cities & developers across the globe, with current or recent international engagements that include the cities of Sydney, Auckland, Oslo, Helsinki, Medellin and Ottawa. Brent has led on transformative place-making, street activation & mobility strategies through award-winning downtown and waterfront planning & design in two of Canada’s fastest changing cities, Vancouver and Calgary, as well as providing peer advice globally. Auckland is embarking on a design led approach to city transformation and is quickly becoming a global city-to-watch when it comes to urban design and waterfront transformation. Auckland’s aim is to become the world most livea...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • [Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Changing Mindsets

    Most liveable cities in the world such as Vancouver, Melbourne and Singapore boast beautiful waterfronts whose banks are a hive of city activity and brimming with commercial potential. Likewise as Kuala Lumpur aspires to enhance liveability factors, the government is serious about breathing new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers under the ETP’s ambitious River of Life project. The rivers will be revitalised from being dirty, forgotten waterways snaking through the city to become a world-class waterfront featuring heritage, recreational and commercial developments. We hear Mr Scott Dunn (Vice President, AECOM) paint us a picture of the future the Klang and Gombal river banks.

    published: 08 Dec 2014
  • Building Our New Blue Edge: Central Waterfront

    Take a tour around the Queen's Quay area with renowned landscape architect and urban designer Adriaan Geuze as he describes Waterfront Toronto's plan to transform the busiest stretch of Toronto's shoreline into one of the most beautiful waterfronts in the world. Follow www.waterfrontoronto.ca for more information about Toronto's waterfront revitalization.

    published: 12 Jun 2009
  • Waterfront Cities of the World Houston

    Thanks you!

    published: 06 Dec 2016
  • World of CreativityzMC waterfront city in progress

    Song by machinima sound

    published: 07 Mar 2015
  • Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian Part 2

    Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian - Brent Toderian is an internationally respected practitioner in downtown, main street and waterfront planning & urban design. He consults for cities & developers across the globe, with current or recent international engagements that include the cities of Sydney, Auckland, Oslo, Helsinki, Medellin and Ottawa. Brent has led on transformative place-making, street activation & mobility strategies through award-winning downtown and waterfront planning & design in two of Canada’s fastest changing cities, Vancouver and Calgary, as well as providing peer advice globally. Auckland is embarking on a design led approach to city transformation and is quickly becoming a global city-to-watch when it comes to urban design and waterfront transform...

    published: 06 Sep 2015
  • [Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Business and Opportunties (Full Version)

    Most liveable cities in the world such as Vancouver, Melbourne and Singapore boast beautiful waterfronts whose banks are a hive of city activity and brimming with commercial potential. Likewise as Kuala Lumpur aspires to enhance liveability factors, the government is serious about breathing new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers under the ETP’s ambitious River of Life project. The rivers will be revitalised from being dirty, forgotten waterways snaking through the city to become a world-class waterfront featuring heritage, recreational and commercial developments. The government will spend RM4 billion in river cleaning and beautification activities and recoup its cost from land development along the banks of the rivers along a 10.7km stretch from Sentul to Mid-Valley. In this next ed...

    published: 08 Dec 2014
  • Waterfront Cities of The World: "Melbourne" (Part 2/6)

    published: 06 Jun 2012
  • Lodha Palava City - Aquaville Series - A Waterfront Residence

    After a tremendous success of PALAVA as the fastest growing city of India with 30,000+ families already living in harmony at Phase 1. Now Lodha Palava city brings to you a world-class waterfront residency inspired by waterfronts in Chicago, Dubai and Singapore. The Palava Aquaville series is a short walk from Palava Waterfront. The waterfront is extended over 2.5km promenade with children’s play area, outdoor exercise arena, water play zone, large greens for relaxation and sports, wide pathways for cycling and jogging and a forest area with hundreds of trees Aquaville series Residence A neighbourhood with two world-class schools, a grand clubhouse, high-street retail and Jain temple, all within walking distance from your home. Air-conditioned 1 BHK, 2 BHK and 3 BHK homes with maximum space...

    published: 12 Mar 2018
  • [Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Impact and Benefits

    Most liveable cities in the world such as Vancouver, Melbourne and Singapore boast beautiful waterfronts whose banks are a hive of city activity and brimming with commercial potential. Likewise as Kuala Lumpur aspires to enhance liveability factors, the government is serious about breathing new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers under the ETP’s ambitious River of Life project. The rivers will be revitalised from being dirty, forgotten waterways snaking through the city to become a world-class waterfront featuring heritage, recreational and commercial developments. The government will spend RM4 billion in river cleaning and beautification activities and recoup its cost from land development along the banks of the rivers along a 10.7km stretch from Sentul to Mid-Valley. We hear from En...

    published: 08 Dec 2014
  • PEOPLE LIVE HERE

    PEOPLE LIVE HERE is a short film about people finding their voice and shaping their city. They are building Nigeria's first community radio station. CHICOCO RADIO is a floating radio station being built by residents of Port Harcourt’s waterfront slums. 480,000 people live in waterfront settlements along the creeks that fringe the city. The government planed to demolish them all. When residents protested, they were shot. Tens of thousands have lost their homes. CHICOCO RADIO will allow them to reach out and speak up. From their floating platform residents will be able to demand their rights, campaign for change and celebrate their culture. Built by local volunteers, designed by enthusiastic residents in collaboration with architects, engineers and advocates from around the world, Chicoco Ra...

    published: 04 Jun 2015
  • Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian Part 5

    Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian - Brent Toderian is an internationally respected practitioner in downtown, main street and waterfront planning & urban design. He consults for cities & developers across the globe, with current or recent international engagements that include the cities of Sydney, Auckland, Oslo, Helsinki, Medellin and Ottawa. Brent has led on transformative place-making, street activation & mobility strategies through award-winning downtown and waterfront planning & design in two of Canada’s fastest changing cities, Vancouver and Calgary, as well as providing peer advice globally. Auckland is embarking on a design led approach to city transformation and is quickly becoming a global city-to-watch when it comes to urban design and waterfront transform...

    published: 06 Sep 2015
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Waterfront Cities of the World: Vancouver
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Waterfront Cities of the World: Vancouver

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Waterfront Cities Of The World: Singapore
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Waterfront Cities Of The World: Singapore

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Imagine 2060: New York — The Global Business of Waterfronts
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Imagine 2060: New York — The Global Business of Waterfronts

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NEW YORK, September 14, 2017 — A panel of global experts discuss how the world's great waterfront cities can be positioned for maximum industrial, commercial, and logistical success. Speakers included Kenneth DeWoskin, Roland Lewis, and William Cole. The conversation was moderated by Richard Lui. (43 min., 04 sec.)
https://wn.com/Imagine_2060_New_York_—_The_Global_Business_Of_Waterfronts
Fred Kent: 34 Great Waterfronts of the World
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Fred Kent: 34 Great Waterfronts of the World

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Renowned urban planner Fred Kent and his partner Kathy Madden of Project for Public Spaces give a virtual tour of their favorite waterfronts around the world. Kent and Madden selected these sites both for their beauty and their ability to attract diverse crowds that create vibrant public spaces. They also offer tips on how San Diego can improve its waterfront by making it more accessible and interesting to downtown pedestrians. This talk is sponsored by the San Diego chapter of Partners for Livable Places. [12/2006] [Public Affairs] [Humanities] [Show ID: 12045]
https://wn.com/Fred_Kent_34_Great_Waterfronts_Of_The_World
Dubai Waterfront (WORLDS BEST CITY)
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Dubai Waterfront (WORLDS BEST CITY)

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  • Updated: 21 Nov 2011
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The Dubai Waterfront is the largest waterfront development in the world. The project is a conglomeration of canals and islands studded with luxury hotels and homes. It is expected to house 400,000 people and transform the last stretch of Dubai's undeveloped Gulf seashore. New to Dubai real estate, the project is open to foreign investment with its developer, Nakheel, owning a 51% stake. It will consist of 170 square miles of water and land developments, an area two-and-a-half times the size of Washington, D.C ** Request an AbreuRealty.com agent to contact you with an agent in Dubai.**
https://wn.com/Dubai_Waterfront_(Worlds_Best_City)
Art of City Building - Session 3: Public Waterfronts
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Art of City Building - Session 3: Public Waterfronts

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Art of City Building 2017 Halifax, Nova Scotia October 23, 2017 Session 3: Designing & Operating Public Waterfronts Historically, people often settled next to water sources and many of the world’s cities are formed by the water. Waterfronts today are some of the most important public spaces in cities and great effort is directed toward building beautiful, accessible and functional waterfronts. This session will share stories from some of the world’s great waterfronts, including their history and evolution, and our panel of waterfront experts will be invited to share their critiques of our very own Halifax waterfront. • Tyke Tykesson, Architect, City of Malmö Topic: Malmö WaterfrontHans Ibelings, Architectural Critic & Researcher Topic: Amsterdam Waterfront • Jennifer Keesmaat, Urban Planner, Toronto Topic: Toronto Waterfront Moderator: Jennifer Angel, Acting President & CEO at Waterfront Development, Halifax
https://wn.com/Art_Of_City_Building_Session_3_Public_Waterfronts
Waterfront Cities of the World: Doha, Qatar
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Waterfront Cities of the World: Doha, Qatar

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Doha (Arabic: الدوحة‎‎, ad-Dawḥa or ad-Dōḥa, literally: "the big tree") is the capital city of Qatar and is located on the coast of the Persian Gulf, it had a population of 1,312,947 in 2013. Doha is Qatar's largest city, with over 60% of the nation's population residing in Doha or its surrounding suburbs, and is also the economic centre of the country. It is also one of the municipalities of Qatar. Doha also serves as the seat of government of Qatar. Doha is home to the Education City, an area devoted to research and education. Doha was the site of the first ministerial-level meeting of the Doha Development Round of World Trade Organization negotiations. The city of Doha held the 2006 Asian Games, the largest of the series held to that time.[citation needed] Doha also hosted the 2011 Pan Arab Games and most of the games at the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. Doha hosted the UNFCCC Climate Negotiations (COP 18) December 2012 and will host a large number of the venues for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The World Petroleum Council held the 20th World Petroleum Conference in Doha in December 2011
https://wn.com/Waterfront_Cities_Of_The_World_Doha,_Qatar
Discovery Waterfront Cities of the World Melbourne 720p
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Discovery Waterfront Cities of the World Melbourne 720p

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Melbourne /ˈmɛlbərn/ is the capital and most populous city in the state of Victoria, and the second most populous city in Australia.[2] The Melbourne City Centre is the hub of the greater metropolitan area and the Census statistical division—of which "Melbourne" is the common name. As of June 2011, the greater geographical area had a population of 4.17 million.[1] Inhabitants of Melbourne are called Melburnians.[3] The metropolis is located on the large natural bay known as Port Phillip, with the city centre positioned on the estuary of the Yarra River (at the northernmost point of the bay).[4] The metropolitan area then extends south from the city centre, along the eastern and western shorelines of Port Phillip, and expands into the hinterland. The city centre is situated in the municipality known as the City of Melbourne. The metropolitan area consists of a further 30 municipalities.[5] Melbourne was founded in 1835 (47 years after the European settlement of Australia) by settlers from Launceston in Van Diemen's Land.[6] It was named by Governor of New South Wales Sir Richard Bourke in 1837, in honour of the British Prime Minister of the day, William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne.[6] Melbourne was officially declared a city by Queen Victoria in 1847.[7] In 1851, it became the capital city of the newly created colony of Victoria.[7] During the Victorian gold rush of the 1850s, it was transformed into one of the world's largest and wealthiest cities.[8] After the federation of Australia in 1901, it served as the interim seat of government of the newly created nation of Australia until 1927.[9]
https://wn.com/Discovery_Waterfront_Cities_Of_The_World_Melbourne_720P
Simple Minds - Waterfront
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Simple Minds - Waterfront

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  • Updated: 02 Jun 2009
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Acoustic – 12 songs reimagined acoustically - out now on CD/Vinyl/Stream/Download – featuring Don’t You (Forget About Me), Promised You A Miracle FT KT Tunstall, American and many more. https://SimpleMindsInl.lnk.to/AcousticID Listen to the complete playlist on Spotify here: https://SimpleMindsInl.lnk.to/ListenID Sign up for news http://po.st/SMNewsLetter Follow Simple Minds online: http://po.st/SMwebsite http://po.st/SMFacebook http://po.st/SMTwitter http://po.st/SMYoutube http://po.st/SMgoogleplus http://po.st/SMTumblr Music video by Simple Minds performing Waterfront (2003 Digital Remaster).
https://wn.com/Simple_Minds_Waterfront
Amanda Burden: How public spaces make cities work
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Amanda Burden: How public spaces make cities work

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More than 8 million people are crowded together to live in New York City. What makes it possible? In part, it's the city's great public spaces -- from tiny pocket parks to long waterfront promenades -- where people can stroll and play. Amanda Burden helped plan some of the city's newest public spaces, drawing on her experience as, surprisingly, an animal behaviorist. She shares the unexpected challenges of planning parks people love -- and why it's important. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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The Waterfront (Stone Roses) - NORMANDY (ON A BEACH) - full song
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The Waterfront (Stone Roses) - NORMANDY (ON A BEACH) - full song

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Possibly one of the earliest "Stone Roses" demos available, this was recorded some time in 1983 by the band John Squire and Andy Couzens had put together and comprised, beside them, of Chris Goodwin on drums and "Kaiser" on vocals. Mani joined the group to jam on his bass. The Waterfront dismantled in late 1983. Andy Couzens, Ian Brown and John Squire went on to form the Stone Roses with Pete Garner on bass and Alan "Reni" Wren on drums. The track is closer in sound to songs like Sally Cinnamon and All Across The Sand than recordings later gathered in the Garage Flower compilation.
https://wn.com/The_Waterfront_(Stone_Roses)_Normandy_(On_A_Beach)_Full_Song
reSITE Conference 2013: Reclaiming Waterfronts
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reSITE Conference 2013: Reclaiming Waterfronts

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At reSITE 2013, Barbara Wilks of W Architecture and Landscape Architecture examines how New York City successfully combines revitalization with flood resiliency in designs for the urban waterfront. “Reclaiming Waterfronts” was organized as part of the reSITE 2013 conference, Prague, June 2013. reSITE is an international festival about collaborative design partnerships for more livable cities. This video is used with permission from reSITE.
https://wn.com/Resite_Conference_2013_Reclaiming_Waterfronts
Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian
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Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian

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Brent Toderian is an internationally respected practitioner in downtown, main street and waterfront planning & urban design. He consults for cities & developers across the globe, with current or recent international engagements that include the cities of Sydney, Auckland, Oslo, Helsinki, Medellin and Ottawa. Brent has led on transformative place-making, street activation & mobility strategies through award-winning downtown and waterfront planning & design in two of Canada’s fastest changing cities, Vancouver and Calgary, as well as providing peer advice globally. Auckland is embarking on a design led approach to city transformation and is quickly becoming a global city-to-watch when it comes to urban design and waterfront transformation. Auckland’s aim is to become the world most liveable city. Its waterfront vision is: A public, connected and liveable waterfront that excites the senses and celebrates Auckland's sea loving pacific culture and maritime history. But is there another level of innovation we can reach? Great waterfronts can be a city's greatest asset, but only if we make the most of the opportunities they provide. Using principles, "best practice" projects & big ideas from waterfront cities around the world, Brent Toderian will continue his city-shaping advice to Auckland with a talk on how rethinking our waterfronts can transform our cities and discuss with us the next level of Auckland Waterfront innovation? 0:00 Welcome 6:37 Bryce Julyan (Introduction to Brent Toderian) 12:40 Brent Toderian (Presentation) 1:16:03 Questions and Answers For more information about Auckland Conversations and to watch more go to: http://aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/conversations www.waterfrontauckland.co.nz www.toderianurbanworks.com​​​
https://wn.com/Liveable_Cities_Vibrant_Waterfronts_Brent_Toderian
[Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Changing Mindsets
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[Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Changing Mindsets

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Most liveable cities in the world such as Vancouver, Melbourne and Singapore boast beautiful waterfronts whose banks are a hive of city activity and brimming with commercial potential. Likewise as Kuala Lumpur aspires to enhance liveability factors, the government is serious about breathing new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers under the ETP’s ambitious River of Life project. The rivers will be revitalised from being dirty, forgotten waterways snaking through the city to become a world-class waterfront featuring heritage, recreational and commercial developments. We hear Mr Scott Dunn (Vice President, AECOM) paint us a picture of the future the Klang and Gombal river banks.
https://wn.com/Industry_Speaks_Banking_On_The_River_Of_Life_Changing_Mindsets
Building Our New Blue Edge: Central Waterfront
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Building Our New Blue Edge: Central Waterfront

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Take a tour around the Queen's Quay area with renowned landscape architect and urban designer Adriaan Geuze as he describes Waterfront Toronto's plan to transform the busiest stretch of Toronto's shoreline into one of the most beautiful waterfronts in the world. Follow www.waterfrontoronto.ca for more information about Toronto's waterfront revitalization.
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Waterfront Cities of the World Houston
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Waterfront Cities of the World Houston

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Thanks you!
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World of CreativityzMC waterfront city in progress
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World of CreativityzMC waterfront city in progress

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Song by machinima sound
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Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian Part 2
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Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian Part 2

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Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian - Brent Toderian is an internationally respected practitioner in downtown, main street and waterfront planning & urban design. He consults for cities & developers across the globe, with current or recent international engagements that include the cities of Sydney, Auckland, Oslo, Helsinki, Medellin and Ottawa. Brent has led on transformative place-making, street activation & mobility strategies through award-winning downtown and waterfront planning & design in two of Canada’s fastest changing cities, Vancouver and Calgary, as well as providing peer advice globally. Auckland is embarking on a design led approach to city transformation and is quickly becoming a global city-to-watch when it comes to urban design and waterfront transformation. Auckland’s aim is to become the world most liveable city. Its waterfront vision is: A public, connected and liveable waterfront that excites the senses and celebrates Auckland's sea loving pacific culture and maritime history. But is there another level of innovation we can reach? Great waterfronts can be a city's greatest asset, but only if we make the most of the opportunities they provide. Using principles, "best practice" projects & big ideas from waterfront cities around the world, Brent Toderian will continue his city-shaping advice to Auckland with a talk on how rethinking our waterfronts can transform our cities and discuss with us the next level of Auckland Waterfront innovation? Recorded Monday 20 October 2014
https://wn.com/Liveable_Cities_Vibrant_Waterfronts_Brent_Toderian_Part_2
[Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Business and Opportunties (Full Version)
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[Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Business and Opportunties (Full Version)

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Most liveable cities in the world such as Vancouver, Melbourne and Singapore boast beautiful waterfronts whose banks are a hive of city activity and brimming with commercial potential. Likewise as Kuala Lumpur aspires to enhance liveability factors, the government is serious about breathing new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers under the ETP’s ambitious River of Life project. The rivers will be revitalised from being dirty, forgotten waterways snaking through the city to become a world-class waterfront featuring heritage, recreational and commercial developments. The government will spend RM4 billion in river cleaning and beautification activities and recoup its cost from land development along the banks of the rivers along a 10.7km stretch from Sentul to Mid-Valley. In this next edition of Industry Speaks moderated by Umapagan Ampikaipakan, we hear from En. Mohd. Azharuddin Mat Sah (Director of Greater Kuala Lumpur National Key Economic Area, ETP PEMANDU), Mr Scott Dunn (Vice President, AECOM), and Dato' Wan Hashimi Albakri (Deputy Chairman, REHDA Wilayah Persekutuan KL) as they explore the opportunities and challenges that faces the business community in making the River of Life project a success.
https://wn.com/Industry_Speaks_Banking_On_The_River_Of_Life_Business_And_Opportunties_(Full_Version)
Waterfront Cities of The World: "Melbourne" (Part 2/6)
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Waterfront Cities of The World: "Melbourne" (Part 2/6)

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https://wn.com/Waterfront_Cities_Of_The_World_Melbourne_(Part_2_6)
Lodha Palava City - Aquaville Series - A Waterfront Residence
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Lodha Palava City - Aquaville Series - A Waterfront Residence

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After a tremendous success of PALAVA as the fastest growing city of India with 30,000+ families already living in harmony at Phase 1. Now Lodha Palava city brings to you a world-class waterfront residency inspired by waterfronts in Chicago, Dubai and Singapore. The Palava Aquaville series is a short walk from Palava Waterfront. The waterfront is extended over 2.5km promenade with children’s play area, outdoor exercise arena, water play zone, large greens for relaxation and sports, wide pathways for cycling and jogging and a forest area with hundreds of trees Aquaville series Residence A neighbourhood with two world-class schools, a grand clubhouse, high-street retail and Jain temple, all within walking distance from your home. Air-conditioned 1 BHK, 2 BHK and 3 BHK homes with maximum space utilization, luxury finishes and beautiful garden or tree-lined street views. http://lodha-palava.com/lodha-palava-codename-waterfront/
https://wn.com/Lodha_Palava_City_Aquaville_Series_A_Waterfront_Residence
[Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Impact and Benefits
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[Industry Speaks] Banking on the River of Life - Impact and Benefits

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  • Updated: 08 Dec 2014
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Most liveable cities in the world such as Vancouver, Melbourne and Singapore boast beautiful waterfronts whose banks are a hive of city activity and brimming with commercial potential. Likewise as Kuala Lumpur aspires to enhance liveability factors, the government is serious about breathing new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers under the ETP’s ambitious River of Life project. The rivers will be revitalised from being dirty, forgotten waterways snaking through the city to become a world-class waterfront featuring heritage, recreational and commercial developments. The government will spend RM4 billion in river cleaning and beautification activities and recoup its cost from land development along the banks of the rivers along a 10.7km stretch from Sentul to Mid-Valley. We hear from En. Mohd. Azharuddin Mat Sah (Director of Greater Kuala Lumpur National Key Economic Area, ETP PEMANDU), on the impact and benefits of this monumental project.
https://wn.com/Industry_Speaks_Banking_On_The_River_Of_Life_Impact_And_Benefits
PEOPLE LIVE HERE
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PEOPLE LIVE HERE

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PEOPLE LIVE HERE is a short film about people finding their voice and shaping their city. They are building Nigeria's first community radio station. CHICOCO RADIO is a floating radio station being built by residents of Port Harcourt’s waterfront slums. 480,000 people live in waterfront settlements along the creeks that fringe the city. The government planed to demolish them all. When residents protested, they were shot. Tens of thousands have lost their homes. CHICOCO RADIO will allow them to reach out and speak up. From their floating platform residents will be able to demand their rights, campaign for change and celebrate their culture. Built by local volunteers, designed by enthusiastic residents in collaboration with architects, engineers and advocates from around the world, Chicoco Radio will be the city's landmark building, transforming the way people perceive the waterfronts and signalling a more inclusive and sustainable approach to urban design.
https://wn.com/People_Live_Here
Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian Part 5
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Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian Part 5

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Liveable Cities - Vibrant Waterfronts - Brent Toderian - Brent Toderian is an internationally respected practitioner in downtown, main street and waterfront planning & urban design. He consults for cities & developers across the globe, with current or recent international engagements that include the cities of Sydney, Auckland, Oslo, Helsinki, Medellin and Ottawa. Brent has led on transformative place-making, street activation & mobility strategies through award-winning downtown and waterfront planning & design in two of Canada’s fastest changing cities, Vancouver and Calgary, as well as providing peer advice globally. Auckland is embarking on a design led approach to city transformation and is quickly becoming a global city-to-watch when it comes to urban design and waterfront transformation. Auckland’s aim is to become the world most liveable city. Its waterfront vision is: A public, connected and liveable waterfront that excites the senses and celebrates Auckland's sea loving pacific culture and maritime history. But is there another level of innovation we can reach? Great waterfronts can be a city's greatest asset, but only if we make the most of the opportunities they provide. Using principles, "best practice" projects & big ideas from waterfront cities around the world, Brent Toderian will continue his city-shaping advice to Auckland with a talk on how rethinking our waterfronts can transform our cities and discuss with us the next level of Auckland Waterfront innovation? Recorded Monday 20 October 2014
https://wn.com/Liveable_Cities_Vibrant_Waterfronts_Brent_Toderian_Part_5
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