Stories and thoughts about architecture and cities
The banlieuefication of London
Here’s a radical idea: let’s talk about gentrification, without saying the word hipster, argues Rosie J. Spinks.
Chasing Real Estate
An Ode to the “Farm-to-Wet Bar” Movement
from the chronos insights blog
8 lessons from creating a government website that doesn’t feel like one
A love letter to New York, almost
“This worker is bringing magic to the home”
“Telephone wires and radio unite, to make neighbors of nations,” says the writing on the tiled mural in the art deco lobby of the AT&T…
Cityscape listicle moments in time
Spain was different!
New York has changed for the better (and for the worse) since September 11th.
The Vertical City
“Ice pick dog stabber nabbed!” screamed the headlines. Here’s how I saw it differently
Despite the overwhelming number of single-person households in New York City, its people continue to reap the benefits of being alone…
How the evolution and development of the city center can change the suburbs. No way.
The growing amount of street art is just one reason to visit Deptford, south-east London.
From New York to Seoul and back in five days
The Hopes, Fears and Possibilities of the Detroit Future City Plan
Suburban sprawl increases mobility and high capacity for great mobility produces suburban sprawl and over and over and over.
Last year our government capped housing benefit, and London councils started moving social housing tenants outside of London.
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