Among urbanist circles it’s more iconic than the Statue of Liberty (and sexier). In 2009, a derelict elevated rail line in the lower westside of Manhattan was re-born as an […]
Hello again! I’ve returned from the UK fully enlightened on traditional building craft with callused hands and further design experience. To catch up with the first part of the summer school I […]
Landon here, reporting from Scotland on the Prince’s Foundation Summer School program I am taking part through SFU Urban Studies. Here’s a brief update on the first two weeks: Arriving […]
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.
Once again, the discussion on what the Vancouver Art Gallery should do to expand its exhibition space has arisen in the City. A recent announcement that Sears will be vacating […]