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Urban Architecture

Are We All Urban Now? Is There a Here and There?

Heidi Legg | Posted 01.13.2015 | Arts
Heidi Legg

A prominent scholar of architecture and urbanism, and a practicing architect, Sarkis weighs in on his new position and how the geopolitics of today may influence our thinking towards looking at how the world is becoming one city.

From Chelsea To Corona: Public Cost And Public Benefit In The New Public Park

Cassim Shepard | Posted 10.28.2014 | New York
Cassim Shepard

Former Mayor Bloomberg presided over an impressive and significant investment in public space, leveraging the frenzied pace of real estate development to subsidize new parks. Yet, somehow, the new open spaces built in the past decade - free and accessible to all - have come to symbolize, for some, just the opposite: elitism and the inequality of opportunity.

Solving the Arrested (Real Estate) Developer Once and for All

Ron Barth | Posted 07.07.2013 | HuffPost Home
Ron Barth

In 1925, the world population was about 2 billion and by 2025 that number will have quadrupled. How are we going to house all of these people? Efficient spaces. It's time to put an end to arrested development.

A Graffiti Enthusiast's Dream Pad

The Huffington Post | Hallie Sekoff | Posted 07.19.2012 | Home

Graffiti enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that a new project melding street art and architecture is in the works in Australia. The first in a seri...

Landscape Urbanism: The Challenge of Implementation

David Eisen | Posted 07.16.2011 | Arts
David Eisen

Designers will need to team up with scientists, sociologists and engineers -- and bureaucrats and bean counters, too -- if sustainable design solutions are to be pushed beyond the commonplace.