WWW: Designing the just and accessible city

Examining the gendered nature of public transit Recognizing the tremendous impact that traditional gender roles have on how... Read More

Building community through the use of public space in the sharing economy

What happens when fare collectors start to become wise to over-turnstile Bunz trade activity occurring at Ossington subway station... Read More

WWW: Rethinking and redesigning every day consumerist objects

France to ban disposable cutlery by 2020 In an effort to reduce the production and consumption of unnecessary disposable goods, France... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 008, Booming!

In this episode, we talk about the changing face of the city, about what we preserve, and what gets left behind. We talk to Kaitlin... Read More

Parks as natural places for engagement across difference

Ahead of Park People’s first national city parks conference in Calgary this coming March 2017, Park People’s Jake Tobin Garrett caught... Read More

WWW: Rethinking affordable housing

Floating shipping containers as affordable housing A Copenhagen design firm has created new affordable housing units out of... Read More

Book Review: Where Are the Women Architects?

Author: Despina Stratigakos (Princeton University Press, 2016) The title says it all. In this poignant, frank, and succinct volume... Read More

LORINC: Be very wary of Canada’s Trump-lite politicians

What kinds of thoughts, I wonder, were skittering through the minds of Conservative leadership hopefuls Kellie Leitch and Kevin... Read More

THE ARTFUL CITY: A Tale of Two Seasons

By: Ilana Altman Toronto is a city of both climatic and cultural extremes. Hot long summer days are populated by more festivals than... Read More

WWW: How global cities are adopting new technologies to improve their livability

From highline to lowline: New York City approves the world’s first underground park Faced with the success of the Manhattan Highline... Read More