The following is an excerpt from my final research project in the SFU Urban Studies program. If you’re interested in Main Street Skytrain Station, the neighbourhood around it, or the […]
Tempelhof Airport in Berlin was shut down in October 2008, but was opened to the public as a park while a planning process was ongoing. It is an innovative and refreshing decision on the part of the City to allow interim uses to inform and be integrated into the planning process for the space.
Another Cambie Corridor rezoning application has been received by the City of Vancouver from Intergulf Development Group. The rezoning will be to convert several RS-1 lots between 29th and 30th […]
June 28 at SFU Vancouver | 7:30 PM | Reserve Mikael Colville-Andersen is known as Denmark’s bicycle ambassador. His approach to urban cycling promotion are well known through his blog […]
Check out this excellent gigapixel panorama taken during the day of False Creek from a building in Fairview. This particular gigapixel image is made up of 840 individual photos. Day, […]
…and why cycling infrastructure improves our cities and our people.
Why would one of the world’s largest furniture companies want to design and build a city neighbourhood? Is this taking vertical integration to a whole new level? There is possibly […]
April 12, 2012 | SFU Vancouver | 7:00PM | Reserve Dr. Jago Dodson and Dr. Neil Sipe from Griffith University will discuss concepts and methods for investigating oil vulnerability in […]
The Residents Association of Mount Pleasant is hosting a community forum that will address the question: can we build high density neighbourhoods without towers? Urban Design Specialist Lewis N. Villegas […]