Urban Planet is a daily roundup of blogs from around the world dealing specifically with urban environments. We’ll be on the lookout for websites outside the country that approach themes related to urban experiences and issues.
Mario Capro writes about architecture in the age of printing, and the way that urban form has been shaped as a result. Borrowing this concept, Korean artist Hong Seon Jang has constructed an entire micro metropolis out of decommissioned movable type. The Atlantic discusses what the piece means for reviving and recycling lost forms.
Image from Atlantic Cities