Why delivery droids don’t matter

It is quite some time since I had the chance to write another blog post. Having a long weekend with not so spectacular weather allowed me to spend some more time behind the screen and dig into a recently published article from the consulting firm McKinsey titled "Are droids the future of last-mile logistics: Lessons … Continue reading Why delivery droids don’t matter

A common misconception of the city

Last week, a Swiss Think Tank published this interview about the development in trade in a city. I want to utilize this as a good example of the challenges and common misconception that we face when thinking about the future urban area. First of all, it follows the concept of ceteris paribus (other things equal). … Continue reading A common misconception of the city