Home / Reprogramming the City / Reprogramming the CityReprogramming the City5.00 out of 5 (2 customer reviews)$19.95Over 300 color photographs and illustrations214 pages featuring 44 projects from 17 countriesA new paradigm of urban creativity that designs with the city, not for it.FREE shipping within the U.S.!International Customers: While boxes make their way to distributors, you can purchase the ebook on Google Books here. Quantity Add to cart Category: Reprogramming the City Tags: adaptive reuse, architecture, change of use, design, infrastructure, innovation, repurposing, resilience, resourcefulness, reuse, Scott Burnham, sustainable, urban Description Additional information Reviews (2)DescriptionReprogramming the City is a 214-page full color collection of innovative and inspiring ways existing urban elements are being reimagined and repurposed for new use in cities around the world.From billboards in Lima, Peru, repurposed to generate fresh drinking water to bus stops in northern Sweden transformed to boost the mental health of commuters during dark winter months, Reprogramming the City reveals the hidden abilities contained in existing city structures to improve life for urban residents.Featuring over 40 examples of innovative and inspiring ways in which urban elements are being reimagined for new use, Reprogramming the City shows the potential of looking at everyday urban objects and asking, “What if they did more than their original purpose?”Additional informationWeight1.25 lbsDimensions11 × 9 × .5 in2 reviews for Reprogramming the City 5 out of 5 Maria Xose – December 18, 2018An amazing collection of examples showing what a difference repurposing can make. I particularly like the layout showing the original urban object on the left, with its repurposed new life on the right. A very visual, easy read, that carries an incredibly important message. 5 out of 5 F. Noyes – December 20, 2018Zillions of interesting ideas–not just academic constructs–from around the world. Clearly a lot would get stymied by costs, codes, or shear politics. But that’s not the point–the point is just what the title suggests–reprogramming the city–which requires thinking outside the box. Add a review Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your ratingRate…PerfectGoodAverageNot that badVery poor Your review *Name * Email * Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.