An article on the Project for Public Spaces website features six places from around the world that meet their criteria for great public spaces: accessibility, comfort/image, activities, and sociability. Continue reading “PPS Highlights Magnetic Public Spaces from Around the World”
The Dome of Visions, Copenhagen DomeOfVisions.com Photograph by A Ryan Continue reading A Geodesic Dome in Copenhagen Gives a Glimpse into the Possible
Drivhus, an office and public meeting complex in Sweden features greenery within the facility. Constructed of a transparent double layer of plastic, it provides its inhabitants with a spectacularly bucolic work setting.
A book entitled Creating Cities outlines how a group of citizens in a dormant industrial city brought back its central business district. The author, Marcus Westbury, founded Renew Newcastle which matched artists and other crafters with vacant retail spaces in the downtown. Continue reading “Newcastle, Australia Utilizes the Arts to Revive Downtown”
How a group of people is transforming the city into a collection of neighborhood villages. Continue reading Peak Moment: Village Vancouver
Aaron Renn mentions some of the solutions that Philadelphia is utilizing to eliminate Combined Sewer Overflows, in his paper on the Manhattan Institute’s website entitled “Wasted: How to Fix America’s Sewers.”
Welcome to this site. I have started a new video page at YouTube.com. Right now, I have links to videos on permaculture, solfeggio frequencies, and sacred geometry. Look for original videos, including vlogs to be published on this site. Continue reading New YouTube Page