Every day urbanism builds on the concept of adaptive urbanism and looks at urban planning as a process of perpetual engagement and reiteration.
If more residents don’t get involved, ‘private’ policy will continue to shape our city.
Sure, nobody likes taxes. But everybody demands quality services. Guess what pays for them?
With a bit of creative thinking, the hotel could be a space that fosters the ideas of tomorrow as an incubator for social innovators and local enterprises
Phoenix is about to loose another historic gem. This time however, the antagonist isn’t a greedy developer but our very own city government and state university.
This is the text of a letter to the editor I wrote in June 2008.