Designing through a Cultural Discourse: in Conversation with Douglas Cardinal

A few weeks ago I had the greatest pleasure of sharing a conversation with one of Canada’s most well- known architects, Douglas... Read More

An Inhabitable Space

Nested in a small industrial district just south of Whyte Ave, Mike Lam‘s industrial design studio embodies a remarkable supply... Read More

Romance and the Fringe

I took this photograph of the Edmonton Fringe Festival earlier this week.  As the overarching theme reverberates “love”... Read More

Designing a great building starts at the street level

I took this photograph of 104 ave (above) just a couple days ago. After walking up and down several times, I’ve come to realize... Read More

“self-made”: finding cultural identity in Chinatown

How do we design for identity? Two weekends ago, I have had the pleasure of attending a small conference within the Chinese community... Read More

I live Here: A Commentary on Greisbach’s suburban model

The growth of our city has been flourishing from the various family and eco-friendly developments occurring around its periphery... Read More