Time Out: your city or mine?

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In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Kunlé Adeyemi, the brilliant Nigerian architect, academic and entrepreneur. Based in both Lagos and Amsterdam, Kunlé is the founder of the architecture firm NLÉ which meets the huge challenges of climate change in imagining cities of the future. Kunlé tells Julio why his city is Lagos; how Kigali in Rwanda has clamped down on plastic and could even be considered ‘heaven’; and why we all need to rethink how we live in a time of rising waters and rapid urbanisation. Plus Julio speaks to Virginia Gil, editor of Time Out Miami about the latest trends in the city.

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In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Kunlé Adeyemi, the brilliant Nigerian architect, academic and entrepreneur. Based in both Lagos and Amsterdam, Kunlé is the founder of the architecture firm NLÉ which meets the huge challenges of climate change in imagining cities of the future. Kunlé tells Julio why his city is Lagos; how Kigali in Rwanda has clamped down on plastic and could even be considered ‘heaven’; and why we all need to rethink how we live in a time of rising waters and rapid urbanisation. Plus Julio speaks to Virginia Gil, editor of Time Out Miami about the latest trends in the city.

What is Time Out: your city or mine??

In your city or mine?, Julio Bruno – Time Out Group CEO, culture guru and global citizen – chats to the world’s most influential trendsetters, thought-leaders and policymakers about the stuff that’s shaping our cities. Bringing knowledge and experience gained from a globe-spanning career in sectors that include travel, technology, media and e-commerce, along with active involvement in the start-up world as an investor and board adviser, Julio takes inspiration from the remarkable ingenuity that has surfaced across countless communities during the Covid-19 pandemic to ask his guests about the trends, topics, individuals and ideas that are transforming cultural and city life.