The European city would be nothing without the constant coming and
going of its inhabitants, whether they be refugees, tourists, guest
workers, expats, or digital nomads. This ebb and flow has a profound
effect on how we perceive, administrate, and design our cities.
Conceived by Crimson Historians & Urbanists, this publication brings
together a number of European cities that are marked by migration.
Based on essays by local scholars and experts, the investigation also
includes a catalogue of 100 projects emerging from these cities that
tackle the issue of migration in many different ways and on different
scales, showing how planning and architectural design can play a crucial