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topos - The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design

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topos - The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design - focuses on landscape architecture as well as increasingly on architecture and urban planning. It sees itself as an interdisciplinary think tank aimed at addressing the challenges urban areas will face in future. The professional magazine strives to inspire planning practitioners, urban experts and professionals who shape the cities of tomorrow. Every issue of the periodical, that is published quarterly, is dedicated to a different topic and deals with a broad array of projects and planning work in countries all over the world.

The 124th issue of topos puts a fairly unknown demographic in the spotlight: The people in our urban landscapes who have outgrown childhood but are not yet truly adults: Our youth – the future of our cities. What does this future look like? What do we have to adjust to? What will become of our world when the next generation takes over the reins? Who is this next generation anyway? In this issue, we take a look at the urban teenagers of our time. What makes the kids who will be steering the fortunes of our world in a few years tick? What do teens expect from metropolitan cities? How are teens shaping our planet's biggest cities, and what can we look forward to in the coming years? In order to answer these and many other questions, we not only talked to high-ranking urban planners, decision-makers and experts about the youth in our cities, but also gave young people themselves a voice. You will also get exciting insights into how youth are faring in Stockholm, Toronto and Singapore, and what measures are being taken in different cities to support youth in the best possible way.

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