EndlessCity
EndlessCity
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iamkcmckay:

-vancouver-land-bridge

Why I must make a trip back to vancouver #love
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thisbigcity:

oinonio:

Even jesus wants narrower streets…

Can’t argue with this!
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concepturbanization:

Los Angeles of 1909
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streets-alive:

This project consists of an aerial view of the Sacramento River that is woven into a carpet for the floor of a pedestrian bridge connecting the terminal to the parking garage. This image represents approximately 50 miles of the Sacramento River starting just outside of Colusa, California and ending about 6 miles south of Chico.
Link: http://synmirror.tumblr.com
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publicdesignfestival:

In Hamburg (Germany) nearly at the end of Summer, the artist groupWe Are Visual turned a vacant lot in Laeiszstrasse 18 into an outdoor projection room with Galerie Genscher Plateau project. Free screenings for passers-by and cinema-goers.
publicdesignfestival:

In Hamburg (Germany) nearly at the end of Summer, the artist groupWe Are Visual turned a vacant lot in Laeiszstrasse 18 into an outdoor projection room with Galerie Genscher Plateau project. Free screenings for passers-by and cinema-goers.
publicdesignfestival:

In Hamburg (Germany) nearly at the end of Summer, the artist groupWe Are Visual turned a vacant lot in Laeiszstrasse 18 into an outdoor projection room with Galerie Genscher Plateau project. Free screenings for passers-by and cinema-goers.
publicdesignfestival:

In Hamburg (Germany) nearly at the end of Summer, the artist groupWe Are Visual turned a vacant lot in Laeiszstrasse 18 into an outdoor projection room with Galerie Genscher Plateau project. Free screenings for passers-by and cinema-goers.
publicdesignfestival:

In Hamburg (Germany) nearly at the end of Summer, the artist groupWe Are Visual turned a vacant lot in Laeiszstrasse 18 into an outdoor projection room with Galerie Genscher Plateau project. Free screenings for passers-by and cinema-goers.
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humanscalecities:

Beyond Transparency: Open Data and the Future of Civic Innovation
Beyond Transparency is a cross-disciplinary survey of the open data landscape, in which practitioners share their own stories of what they’ve accomplished with open civic data. It seeks to move beyond the rhetoric of transparency for transparency’s sake and towards action and problem solving. Through these stories, we examine what is needed to build an ecosystem in which open data can become the raw materials to drive more effective decision-making and efficient service delivery, spur economic activity, and empower citizens to take an active role in improving their own communities.
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creativetopography:

redevelopment |
Federal Center South Building 1202 in Seattle, Washington by ZGF Architects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
creativetopography:

redevelopment |
Federal Center South Building 1202 in Seattle, Washington by ZGF Architects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
creativetopography:

redevelopment |
Federal Center South Building 1202 in Seattle, Washington by ZGF Architects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
creativetopography:

redevelopment |
Federal Center South Building 1202 in Seattle, Washington by ZGF Architects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
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urbanination:

I laughed.
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urbangeographies:

MENTAL MAPPING:  This interesting cognitive geography of Portland OR rates urban areas according to the mapmaker’s degree of personal (dis)comfort. Often mental maps achieve this goal by enlarging or reducing the relative sizes of places, or simply indicating particular spatial perceptions (i.e., attributes such as “wealthy” or “dangerous”). I find this map interesting in that it does not vary the conventional geography as much as encodes it with emotional reactions. Good job!