Based on the previous post, lets look at what defines a neighborhood. Certainly in most neighborhoods there is an implied center, perhaps a linear street filled with shops, that becomes the focus of people’s daily needs. Continue reading “[architecture] Building Brick Neighborhoods”
We go to the polls to cast our vote. Walking away most of us think it won’t make a real difference, our one vote, as we realize we are relying on millions of people we don’t know to have our common sense and likes. Continue reading “Influencing Change to Make Life Better for Everyone”
WORLD TRADE CENTER, 9-11-01 Tragedy and our Design Response.
As an Architect and Architectural Designer, I’ve been very interested in what may develop at the World Trade Center Site. Upon review of the 6 alternatives in the July 11th issue of the New York Times, it is very clear to me just who the Architectural firm was who created the schemes were catering to the Developers of the site.