It’s imperative that our cities become radically more sustainable and inclusive. Many entrepreneurial citizens have taken matters into their own hands and set on this path by organizing local programs, prototyped innovations in their garages, and started to create answers to the challenges our cities are facing. However, they often lack the reach and local support they’d need to succeed.

Hugo Pilate is a franco-american design researcher trying to make sense of the world we’ve built for ourselves while exploring alternative modes of living, earning, thinking, one project at a time.

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