What Anthony Bourdain understood about cities
Most people saw him as a chronicler of food and culture. But Richard Florida writes, "I always saw him as a chronicler of cities, and a truly great urbanist." On #BourdainDay, revisit 's essay from the #citylabarchive
"His cosmopolitanism was the opposite of elitism." — on Anthony Bourdain
What Anthony Bourdain understood about cities
Another reason to love Bourdain: "Without him, there may not even be a CityLab: In my initial conversations w/ The Atlantic about forming the site, I pointed to Bourdain’s wide-ranging approach to food & places as a key model for our exploration of cities"
Most people saw him as a chronicler of food and culture. But Richard Florida writes, "I always saw him as a chronicler of cities, and a truly great urbanist." On #BourdainDay, revisit 's essay from the #citylabarchive
Urbanists could learn a lot from Anthony Bourdain, writes
Urbanists could learn a lot from Anthony Bourdain, writes
"His cosmopolitanism was the opposite of elitism." — on Anthony Bourdain
If you know me you know that I am not a weepy type, but this piece is just lovely. Made my Friday, so proud to have Rich write/thought leader for
Urbanists could learn a lot from Anthony Bourdain, notes in . Discuss. #RIPAnthonyBordain
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What Anthony Bourdain Understood About Cities — “The work of the acclaimed chef and writer, who has died at 61, provides a model for a truly inclusive urbanism based on the creativity of all human beings,” writes .
For , there was Jane Jacobs, and then there was #Bourdain.
10/ The last part of Bourdain’s career was defined less by food than by travel. Bourdain's great journey all around the world as a TV personality turned him into one of the great urbanists of our time! Read 's article below ⤵️
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Anthony Bourdain, Urbanist.
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