30 Mar '17, 6pm

The Urbanist: sensory urbanism. How can we tailor our cities to our senses?

Bars open until 03.00, tourist tuk-tuks speeding through the streets, amplified music everywhere and constant, under-regulated building works. While new laws are now limiting late-night music in the city’s venues, some feel these are not enough to curb the Portuguese capital’s sensory onslaughts.

Full article: https://monocle.com/radio/shows/the-urbanist/285/play/

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