Misplaced civic pride leads to a lack of actual cycling infrastructure in Vancouver. Also, we confuse “good enough” for “superb urban planning decisions” to dangerous consequences.Read More
Here is The Secret: there is no secret.
In place of a dangerous and corrosive philosophy that prizes suspension of disbelief, allow me to offer you a more practical way to achieve success.
Can downtown residential development (i.e., condos) happen in a sane, practical way that actually creates livable neighborhoods? Corktown Commons says YES. Also, a look at some of the signature waterfront urban parks in Toronto.Read More
In which Stephanie brings ruination, with a fury akin to hellfire, to the argument that Canada is 'too cold' to have walkable, livable neighborhoods.Read More
I found my architecture mentor. He's even more pissed off about the state of architecture than I am. And that's really saying something.Read More