Infographic: evolution of urban planning

This infographic was created by Konstantin von der Schulenburg, an architect with the firm Cantrell &… [more]

Infographic: evolution of urban planning Infographic: evolution of urban planning

Is San Diego’s Horton Plaza Park Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square 2.0?

Downtown San Diego's Horton Plaza Park expansion opened last week . . . more or less.  Construction… [more]

Is San Diego’s Horton Plaza Park Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square 2.0? Is San Diego's Horton Plaza Park Portland's Pioneer Courthouse Square 2.0?

Quick peek at the Calatrava’s World Trade Center Transportation Hub

The long-anticipated WTC Transportation Hub designed by Santiago Calatrava had a “soft” opening at… [more]

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Impressions and images of Japanese urbanism, etc.

David Prowler just returned from a trip to Japan.  He wrote about his impressions, accompanied by photos,… [more]

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Parking Management: San Diego Style (Part Two)

San Francisco has 23,000 metered parking spaces and sets prices using complex “demand-responsive rate… [more]

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Oh the Stories They Could Tell… “Is That a Beluga Whale?”

There is a unique joy in walking through a building and experiencing what it was, understanding what… [more]

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What if we all ‘Left No Trace?’

As I’ve been camping and sharing my adventures, there’s one thing that keeps showing up over and… [more]

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Bay Area Housing – The Shape of Things to Come

           In 2016, one of the world’s premier architecture awards, the Pritzker Prize,… [more]

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Is Indianapolis a good comparison for a San Diego Charger downtown stadium?

On the subject of a potential downtown San Diego East Village NFL stadium, some proponents have asserted… [more]

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Infographic: evolution of urban planning

This infographic was created by Konstantin von der Schulenburg, an architect with the firm Cantrell & Crowley Architects & Interior Designers of Dublin Ireland. He regularly writes about … [Read More...]

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Is San Diego’s Horton Plaza Park Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square 2.0?

Downtown San Diego's Horton Plaza Park expansion opened last week . . . more or less.  Construction is not quite complete.  San Diego's downtown (at least post-WWII downtown) has thus far lacked a … [Read More...]

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Quick peek at the Calatrava’s World Trade Center Transportation Hub

The long-anticipated WTC Transportation Hub designed by Santiago Calatrava had a “soft” opening at the beginning of March. Shoe-horned next to the WTC Memorial, the Hub’s steel wingspan has loomed … [Read More...]

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Impressions and images of Japanese urbanism, etc.

David Prowler just returned from a trip to Japan.  He wrote about his impressions, accompanied by photos, in his blog.  As those of you have previously read David's musings know, he is a keen observer … [Read More...]

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