Preserving Chinatown

This article was originally published for Spacing’s Summer 2015 Issue available at Chapters. After decades of City neglect and... Read More

Why we need youth-created art in public spaces

At the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal on Queen’s Quay West, a colourful, 80-foot mosaic stretches the length of the pedestrian walkway... Read More

What Amsterdam taught a Torontonian about urbanism

Tulips, windmills, and all those salacious, smoke-filled thoughts aside, Amsterdam is internationally regarded as a haven for urbanism... Read More

UrbSanity: The public city

Cities are communities. While we all have our private concerns, goals, and obligations, as a city we also have to think collectively... Read More

Video Vancouver: Circa 1948

Via SFU Woodward’s Circa 1948 is a groundbreaking and immersive interactive storyworld co-created by the National Film Board of... Read More

Ottawa Architecture Week 2015: The city is a house built by many hands.

The city is a house built by many hands. This alone does not make Ottawa unique, but as a place, Ottawa is the most unique city in all... Read More

What Philadelphia can teach Toronto about art, history, and public spaces

Among North American cities, few can boast the depth of history that’s on offer in Philadelphia. The compact downtown, plotted out by... Read More

EVENT: AxA – Art by Architects

The Metro Vancouver Chapter of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) would like to invite you to Art x Architects –... Read More

McAdam, New Brunswick and the struggle of small communities

Many small towns, communities, and rural areas face challenges with the decline of traditional industries such as forestry. Often... Read More

Identifying Intangible Heritage Values for Vancouver’s Chinatown

Heritage BC is conducting a public process around Identifying Intangible Heritage Values for Vancouver’s Chinatown. Submit your... Read More