There are such huge global forces at work shaping our cities - particularly now. We have found solutions around the globe that can be applied to cities of many scales, adapting for local economy, climate and culture.

The Crew is in the media often. Here, you can find a selection of interviews and videos, articles and mentions.


Forbes profiled Martin Barry, asked him about smart cities and design.

Martin Barry is the organizer of reSITE, an organization and festival focused on architecture and urbanism, based in Prague, which is now coveted by other cities around the world. However, the American who moved from New York to Prague’s Letna neighbourhood plans to stay for a while in the Czech capital. He wants to change the centre of Prague using containers.

This article written by Kristyna Greplova was originally published in Forbes Czech Republic.

Martin Barry joined the London bureau of Monocle Magazine for a live radio program on Monocle 24 "The Urbanist."

In this special live episode of The Urbanist - with an audience of 100 interested city dwellers, makers, investors and readers - Monocle editor Andrew Tuck handed over the floor to Arne Olsson, managing director of Folkhem, Martin Barry, founder of reSITE, Elizabeth Reynolds, director of Urben and Nick Rees, architectural director of The Collective, who discussed the future of the city.

The theme of the session was Rethinking the city. 


Andrew Tuck and Carlotta Rebola from Monocle 24 spoke with Martin and other experts in our network about immigration and migration issues, and how migration affects urban design, livability and lifestyle in cities from New York to Munich.

This week we report from reSITE, a two-day conference in Prague that aims to tackle one of the biggest challenges for modern cities: migration. We speak with experts, policy-makers and more to understand how cities are standing up to the test.

Profile of Martin Barry, Founder and Chairman of reSITE

Martin was featured in World Landscape Architecture (WLA) magazine in the run-up to being on the design jury for the inaugural WLA design awards

WLA | Who is Martin Barry?
Martin Barry (MB) | I am a landscape architect and the Founder and Chairman of reSITE, which is a nonprofit organization based in Prague that is focused on exchanging ideas for more lovable and livable cities. We promote and protect public space and civic architecture. I am also the co-founder and CEO of City Crew, a creative consultancy for cities and real estate investors. I recently moved to Prague fulltime from NYC, where I was an Associate at W Architecture and Landscape Architecture for about 8 years and led multi-disciplinary teams on projects in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. I’m proud of being a landscape architect. I recently won the President’s Award for Community Service from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), and my projects at W Architecture under Barbara Wilks have received dozens of design awards in North America. I’m a Fulbright Scholar and a Fellow with the Design Trust for Public Space in New York.

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) announces that Martin Barry was a 2016 honor award winner. 

Martin was awarded the President's Award in Community Service at the American Society of Landscape Architects. The honors were selected by ASLA’s Board of Trustees, the honors represent the highest awards ASLA presents each year. The honors were presented at the President’s dinner on October 24, held during the 2016 ASLA Annual Meeting, October 21–24, in New Orleans, USA. 

Adrian Geuze (West 8), Adrian Benepe (Trust for Public Land), Barbara Wilks (W Architecture); Michael Sorkin (Sorkin Studio), and Nette Compton (Trust for Public Land) were among those who nominated Martin and sent letters of support to the awards committee.