Trailer: The Human Scale

Derived from 40 years of research by architect, professor and author , The Human Scale takes a critical look at the way we build and use our cities. Assumptions about modernity are questioned, as director Andreas M. Dalsgaard urges the viewer to imagine what would happen when we put “people into the center of our equations”.

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Cite: Rosenfield, Karissa. "Trailer: The Human Scale" 27 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 26 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=395166>
  • Scott Smith

    Thanks for sharing, I can’t wait to watch it! I live in los angeles and I’m always carrying on about the human invented problems we face everyday. It takes 45 minutes to go somewhere 3-4 miles away!

  • Schalk

    I still have to watch it too, but I’ve always wondered how so often in parking garages, there’s a lot of space for cars to park, but not space for the people who drove them there to then move from there on to where they need to be without walking where others drive… I just never understood how this was ‘looked over’.

  • Sara Nunes

    I watch this movie before! Is very good!

  • Andrea Jandricek

    Great things to think about – can’t wait to see the full film

  • aybige tek

    thank you so much for sharing, we just are in the middle of gezi park istanbul chaos and city planning issues! this will make be good to view soon :) i do not know when we can see it in istanbul but hey still good to know!