Charles Landry has long been a proponent of cities as cities have always been at the heart of culture and civilization and the hubs of innovation and wealth creation. Today cities face enormous challenges as economic, social and infrastructural problems abound. His seminal book, The Creative City, was a clarion call for imaginative action and to think, plan and act creatively in addressing urban issues.
Ranging from walking the streets in the UK to historic Savannah, Georgia to his 400 year old home in the Cotswolds, here we see the origins of his work, his inspirations and insights into the future of cities.
Featuring Dr. Richard Florida, John Howkins, Carol Coletta, Pier Giorgio Di Cicco