The Buzzer is the oldest continuously-printed transit publication in the world.
The theme of the next PechaKucha Night Vancouver will be West Coast Modernism. it is being held with the West Vancouver Museum on June 23rd.
Five of my most popular posts on placemaking.
Jane created a space that made CenPho a special place to live and gave the neighborhood a strong sense of place.
The book will be released at a Brown Bag Lunch and Book Signing at noon on Friday Jan. 21. A limited edition of the first printing will be sold for $20. First come first serve!
This is an excellent commentary that I hope all candidates in Phoenix’s upcoming municipal elections pay close attention to, especially those running for mayor.
Just as a farmer must tend each plant, those involved in cultivating urban terroir must tend to the needs of each resident.
Lots of good posts this week, here are five of the best.
The concept of adaptive reuse grows directly from genius loci.
Building a strong genius loci in a city or neighborhood begins by paying attention to the spirit of place already there.