Selected readings for urbanists.
These 11 blogs will help you keep on top of news and views about various aspects of urbanism and city life in 2011.
Last Friday, I was invited to speak about Asset Based Community Development and Placemaking at a Public Allies Arizona workshop. Here are my slides.
While an interesting premise (and a great term), X-Urbanism never really caught on outside academic circles.
New Urbanism is an urban design movement, which promotes walkable neighborhoods that contain a range of housing and job types.
While traditional urbanism tends to follow a formal approach, informal urbanism is borne out of frustration with the status quo.
Here is a track from “Urbanism in the House” a project that bridging the fields of architecture, urbanism and house music.