Bowden - South Australia
“Five plus four and a door: The simplicity of a traditional facade acknowledges the presence of a larger community. Variety occurs not within the single house but among many.” - Suburban Nation
Sketching out an early site plan concept. Initial focus is the space between buildings.
Tilt-shift aerial of New York City by Tim Sklyarov
Han River Bridge in Seoul, South Korea. [2048 x 1152]
Classic San Francisco
Ciudades con encanto… #praga #europe #cities (en Praha | Prague)
Plagued by decades of industrial flight and population decline, New York cities along the so-called “Thruway Corridor” – Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and Utica – have faced serious fiscal and economic challenges during the Great Recession.
Addressing these challenges was the topic of a…
Fire hydrants, parking signs, street lights, and other pieces of urban infrastructure can also make city life a little better and more whimsical, with…
Transit authorities in five states have ordered 32 new locomotives that are more efficient and faster than their predecessors. Ideally, they’ll make for more reliable service, but they’re not exactly what most people have in mind when they think of high-speed rail.
Bathhouses built during the Depression, once grand structures that drew thousands of bathers a day in the New York area, may return to glory under ambitious revitalization plans.
San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood; Cambridge, Massachusetts’ Kendall Square; Lower Manhattan: These are the dense, walkable neighborhoods that have become the new hubs of America’s tech scene, as the center of gravity for venture investment and start-up activity shifts from suburbs to urban centers.