Book Review From the Stacks – Pamphlet Architecture 31: Coupling

The Pamphlet Architecture series has been a powerful amplifier and launch pad for some of the most remarkable architects currently on... Read More

Video Vancouver: Transform Your City With Tactical Urbanism

Via Streetsfilms: If you’re a public space aficionado or transportation maven, one only needs to sign on to one of the various... Read More

Video Vancouver: Happy Streets Living Labs

What is Happy Streets Living Lab? Join Happy Streets participant Amanda Leahy as she describes the experiment and how the different... Read More

RELEASE: Kickstarter Pledges Bring Vancouver’s Ackery’s Alley to Life

Following a 30-day Kickstarter campaign, More Awesome Now, creators of Vancouver’s first reimagined laneway, Alley-Oop, have achieved... Read More

Book Review From the Stacks: Urbanism in the Age of Climate Change

To Jane Jacob’s three traditional urban values of civic space, human scale and diversity, the current environmental imperative adds... Read More

Book Review: Velotopia

Author: Steven Fleming (nai010 publishers, 2017) “No one would say Le Corbusier’s Plan Voisin did good for the world, but we can learn... Read More

OP-ED: Will Canadian Infrastructure Bank lead to more privatization?

This week, Spacing is publishing three columns about the proposed $35 billion Canada Infrastructure Bank, which was proposed as part... Read More

OP-ED: Finding the benefit in Canada’s infrastructure bank

This week, Spacing is publishing three columns about the proposed $35 billion Canada Infrastructure Bank, which was proposed as part... Read More

Book Review: Atlas of Cities

Editor: Paul Knox (Princeton University Press, 2014) With cities at the centre of all major global phenomena—from climate change to... Read More

OP-ED: Does Canada need a federal infrastructure agency?

This week, Spacing is publishing three columns about the proposed $35 billion Canada Infrastructure Bank, which was proposed as part... Read More