It is not often that a graduate school project turns into a best-selling book, let alone a transformative infrastructure projects that is reshaping a large North American city. Yet, that is exactly what happened to Ryan Gravel when he envisioned a streetcar loop inside the Atlanta city limits connecting four …
In Urban Acupuncture, Jaime Lerner outlines a method for initiating urban change through small, innovative interventions that target a specific challenge.
Unlike most other cities of it’s size (and indeed most cities), Vancouver lacks a large public square for public gatherings.
Last Tuesday, Spacing.ca visited Vancouver to launch their first national issue which includes a top 100 list of public spaces in Canada.
In honor of Canada Day, this week’s edition of news and views for urbanists focuses on Canadian cities.
I’ve been impressed by the amount of events and activities related to both urbanism and social media that Vancouver offers.