Black Swans, this time in Moscow

I just came back from Moscow, and wanted to update this blog with many, many stories, about the lectures I read in Russia, on designing possible futures, and their great reception, about the exhibition we opened in Moscow Museum of Architecture, and other exhibitions I managed to attend, about my meetings with many interesting and talented people, and the projects we discussed.

Instead, I learn in the morning about the blasts in Moscow metro, in the very place I’ve been just a day ago, about the people who died, and people who tried to kill them, and other people who try rescue those who are nearly killed. Black Swan casts his shadows again, changing the landscapes of the future with just one wave of the wing.

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