Please hurry, warmer weather. And, why can’t we have great public space for hanging out like this?
The NU/ LU reading group has recently started and once the blog has been set up that chronicles the discussion is live, we’ll provide more information on where you can find it. In the meantime, the High Line by one of the LU leaders James Corner…
If you’re interested in urban design, you should check out the recent presentation [here] by Jan Gehl of Gehl Architects over at the Economist. In it, Mr. Gehl discusses his concept of Liveable Cities – designing for its human inhabitants first and foremost. Two cities where he’s had considerable experience and input, Copenhagen and New [...]
As a kickoff to a new theme for the more sitephocus blog, photoFriday is a new category where we’ll highlight an image that’s relevant to the news and buzz circling around the urban design communities each week. We’ll keep the words to a minimum and let the photos do the talking. With that, welcome to [...]
This month’s update featuring new urbanist neighborhood models along Florida’s Design Coast is live on sitephocus.com. Site’s include Rosemary Beach, WaterColor, the newest addition of Alys Beach, and Seaside, which recently celebrated it’s 30th Anniversary. We’d covered Seaside and Rosemary Beach pretty well before, but Alys Beach was a new experience and I was able [...]