Carlo Ratti

Carlo Ratti, MIT Senseable City Lab, architect

MIT Senseable City Lab

An architect and engineer by training, Carlo Ratti leads the CRA design and innovation practice in New York and Torino, Italy, and directs the MIT Senseable City Lab. He holds several patents and has co-authored over 500 publications, including The City of Tomorrow (with Matthew Claudel).

Videos

architect Carlo Ratti, MIT, and Andrian Kreye, Süddeutsche Zeitung, discuss the future of cities and urban design at DLD Munich 2022

Future Cities: The Intersection of the Natural And the Artificial

The corona pandemic has been a unique experiment to test the value of social networks and in-person meetings. In this DLD22 discussion, architect and MIT researcher Carlo Ratti and journalist Andrian Kreye (Süddeutsche Zeitung) explore why cities are essential to society, creativity and the future of work. “Just two years ago, everybody was saying, ‘Cities…
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James Ludwig, Steelcase, Carlo Ratti, MIT, DLD Sync

The New Code of Cities

How do we need to design office spaces for a world after Covid-19? Is home office a sustainable concept for tomorrow? What does this change mean for mobility and transportation? Does the pandemic spell the end of megacities and decades of urbanization?
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Articles

Green Mobility: Powering the Future of Work And Travel

New technologies make flying and driving more sustainable – offering eco-friendly solutions for growing cities, business commutes and vacations free of flight shame.
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smart cities, urbanization, urban planning, future of cities

The New Code of Cities

How will the corona crisis change office life? What should cities do to reinvent themselves for tomorrow? MIT researcher Carlo Ratti and Steelcase VP James Ludwig shared plenty of ideas in their DLD Sync session…
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