Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Urban Design: Transformation and Mobilities research group (UTM) is the only urban design research group in Denmark and we customize interdisciplinary and critical-creative research methods to the specificities of people and places, to inquiry into critical agendas for cities and territories. The groups seeks to create knowledge that can influence the creation of sustainable urban futures. Doing research, the critical investigate how, what and for whom these urban futures are for. Our dynamic research in the field of urban design is grounded by two key components. The first, how we can reimagine our built, lived and experienced environment to create new futures, and the second to situate our findings and results through action, in the form of practical design solutions, policies, curatorial experiments and strategies.

The research covers the rapid change of our cities in the post millennium period, focusing on the investigation of different methods and approaches in order to create tools that can support a more sustainable and long-term proof urban development. Our research pays particular attention to the entanglement of the physical and built environment with social, cultural and political aspects of urban life. How commuting, everyday life transport, digital media, new production and consumption patterns have effects beyond mere displacement of people, information and goods. Thus, the networked patterns of contemporary urbanity are sites of social, spatial, cultural, and technological transformation, which is explored in the interdisciplinary research agenda of transforming and mobile cities.

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Denmark Social Sciences
everyday life Social Sciences
experience Social Sciences
urban design Earth & Environmental Sciences
public space Social Sciences
staging Social Sciences
infrastructure Social Sciences
mobility research Social Sciences

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Projects 1998 2023

Relation mellem By og Havn

Lange, I. S. G. & Lassen, C.

01/08/201901/08/2023

Project: Research

Evaluering af landsbyklynger

Holst Laursen, L.

01/04/201931/12/2022

Project: Research

Research Output 1999 2020

Acupunctural Mobilities Design 'From Below': Reflecting on Uneven Material Mobilities in the Global South, the 'Caracas a Pie' Case

Bueno, A. V. H. & Lanng, D. B., 2020, Material Mobilities. Jensen, O. B., Lassen, C. & Gøtzsche Lange, I. S. (eds.). 1 ed. New York: Routledge, p. 185-201 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

creativity
science
learning
empirical research
architectural environment

Da havnen overhalede byen

Lange, I. S. G., 2020, (Submitted) Gentænk Byen.

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingBook chapterCommunication

Prizes

Byplanprisen

Gunvor Riber Larsen (Recipient), 2015

Prize: Other prizes

Activities 1997 2917

Nordjyske Planlæggere (External organisation)

Ida Sofie Gøtzsche Lange (Member)
15 Mar 2917 → …

Activity: MembershipsMembership of committees, commissions, boards, councils, associations, organisations, or similar

Congested Metro Materialities - unfolding agencies and affordances

Cecilie Breinholm Christensen (Lecturer)
17 Oct 2019

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

International Conference of Transport, Traffic and Mobility (T2M)

Cecilie Breinholm Christensen (Participant)
16 Oct 201919 Oct 2019

Activity: Attending an eventConference organisation or participation

Press / Media

Julelys: Hvem betaler?

Ole B. Jensen

05/12/2019

3 items of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Dark Design

Ole B. Jensen

22/11/2019

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media