urbanism

I think the idea may hold promise. The simple truth is that, in most if not all places, change is going to occur. And most
Camera: Rasmus Quistgaard Edited by: Klaus Elmer Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana
Nearly 30 minutes into the scheduled side event on climate change in cities at the UN Conference on Housing and Sustainable
One thing that is cleared shared across the continent is the challenged of involving citizens in cultural projects and planning
To build anything now, you need an army of consultants to get though the permitting process. You need environmental reports
He jumped quickly, with excitement, to a Portland Sustainability Institute (now "Ecodistrict')  graphic (reproduced above
My conclusions usually stress that authentic "placemaking" with a purpose is often best, how one-time events can help crystallize
The city gate of old in Acaya, Italy: form follows function Today's gateway may even be a first, virtual visit by Google
The participation of diverse voices in city decision-making processes is critical to successful urban change. By diverse
With nearly six million residents and a gross regional product topping $300 billion, Greater Miami is now comparable in size and economic power to Singapore or Hong Kong.
The national real estate picture has brightened much since the dark days of the financial crisis, and home prices are now back to near record high across the U.S., 10 years upon the prior peak. Nevertheless, the real estate market, and therefore the way we live, has evolved dramatically.
When talking about global trends that cities all over the world are taking on, one just cannot avoid reflecting on what a huge role street art has had on urbanism in recent years. This means that throughout the years turning from vandalism into creative expression, street art has been shaping identities of cities.
We need to unleash the power of nature to help make cities more resilient, livable and ultimately flourishing so both nature and people can thrive.
Credit: Wikimedia/Reivax Loew's 46th Street Theater Borough Park Opened in 1927, the Loew's 46th Street Theater was a lush
On his first visit to the United States, Pope Francis curiously chose to spend his time in three of our largest cities--New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. As a Pope deeply concerned with social and economic inequality, perhaps this was no coincidence.
"If you hit a fork in the road, take it" is one of the late Yogi Berra's greatest lines, and, for me, it really captures the dilemma -- and the opportunity -- facing the Bay Area as we move deeper into the 21st Century.
Perhaps most notable are London's iconic new skyscrapers popularly renamed for their shapes. The Shard is the Renzo Piano-designed 87-storey sheath piercing the sky. (And shattering sales records, reportedly, for its condominium apartments.)
Questions and answers about accessing cities and neighborhoods once spoke the language of exit ramps, street widening and parking adequacy. Now, different conversations, and varied imagery, create diverse story lines, where urban policy and citizen activism converge.