thisbigcity:

newurbanismfilmfestival:

Design vs human experience.

Sometimes the city tells you how it wants to be designed. Listen!

fastcompany:

Louisiana Is Going To End Up Underwater Sooner Than You Might Think

This is really happening: A swath of a U.S. state—and an entire culture—is about to be lost underwater.

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2016 Campaign Promise: Piano stairs in every subway stop!

dolly-fartin:

malformalady:

McDonald’s has been forced to open its first ever restaurant with a turquoise coloured sign after city planners said the signature yellow sign would be too garish. Officials in Sedona, Arizona told the fast-food giant they were unable to open a restaurant with the trademark yellow logo.This is due to the city’s strict regulations which prevent buildings from ruining the picturesque view of the desert.

Photo credit: Michael Wright/WENN.com

Luv Sedona

lestweforgetbvhp:

fastcompany:

Based on travel patterns logged in your phone, one model shows how disaster response teams can see whether you’ll flee to a shelter, a friend’s, or your mom’s house.

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CNN Money highlighted the massive project in an article last week that explored why massive data companies, including Microsoft, Google and Facebook, are turning to the plains of Iowa for their extensive high-tech server needs.

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Take California.

Make six states.

See pluribus ruin ‘em.

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— That’s a poem called “Recipe for Disaster” by Carole Cooper, who was one of nearly 1,000 people who submitted to this year’s Op-Ed poetry pages. Read some of the best poems here. (via latimes)

losangelesallday:

got a bottle, got a model, got a molly, got a blunt

(Source: justinslens)

cornersoftheworld:

Paris, France | by eagle1effi

calumet412:

Looking south on State at Jackson, 1892, Chicago
calumet412:

Looking south on State at Jackson, 1892, Chicago

calumet412:

Looking south on State at Jackson, 1892, Chicago

urbanfunscape:

Turning Grey Boxes Into Green Spaces

Parklet, Montreal

Montreal builds on the parklet craze with innovative new urban spaces made from recycled shipping containers. Read more…

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