Tag: urban planning
The landscape architect on living cities, the tyranny of lawns, and how mayors will soon rule the world.
In her last book, one of the country’s great thinkers lost her edge. Why the decline evidenced in Dark Age Ahead is about more than just Jacobs’s age.
Debtpocalypse, austerity, and the hollowing out of America.
A case study in traffic calming, and why it’s sometimes better to ask for forgiveness than permission.
Southwest Detroit has defied the stereotype of urban decay.
What the top-down planning of the games will bring to East London: dispersal zones, rooftop missiles, and a giant shopping mall.
Many public spaces have long been neglected, but it’s time for their revitalization.
What if a site with the exact geographical features of Paris had existed at another spot on the globe?