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Apartment life redefining the 'village' it takes to raise a child

Apartment life redefining the 'village' it takes to raise a child

The PARKCYCLE SWARM consists of a number of human powered mobile gardens by N55

The PARKCYCLE SWARM consists of a number of human powered mobile gardens by N55

Work It “We wanted to open up the back of the house, but there’s nothing to look at,” says Dana. “So we decided to put something in our yard as a focal point, to create our own view.” The architects came up with a glass-walled studio, which Dana uses as  her home office. The architects mounted a steel I-beam that spans the yard, with holes drilled at eight-inch intervals for maximum flexibility a hammock and a movie screen.

The architects mounted a steel I-beam that spans the yard, with holes drilled at eight-inch intervals for maximum flexibility of use. Right now it’s used for Ikea play equipment, but later they plan to hang a hammock and a movie screen.

streets as places

Streets as Places: How Transportation Can Create a Sense of Community - Project for Public Spaces

Geoffrey West - British theoretical physicist, former president and distinguished professor of the Santa Fe Institute; one of the leading scientists working on a scientific model of cities #physics

Geoffrey West - British theoretical physicist, former president and distinguished professor of the Santa Fe Institute; one of the leading scientists working on a scientific model of cities

Tackling the “Wicked Problem” of Urban Street Planning – Next City

Creating streets for all users (a wicked problem) benefits from principles agreed by diverse stakeholders ^AH

Stijlgroep selected for Suburbia 2.0 competition

Stijlgroep selected for Surburbia competition

An argument for alleys. Is anyone designing alleys or laneways into new places?

Alleys can lead to a better integration of automobile and foot traffic in a neighborhood which creates improved access and walkability.

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