Park Summit: Five questions for Assiniboine Park Conservancy’s Kevin Hunter

Toronto Park People’s Park Summit highlights the successes and opportunities of Toronto’s 1600+ parks. This year’s theme, Inspiration... Read More

LORINC: This ice isn’t transparent

Here’s my question about last week’s deal to have two private firms ante up funds to keep some of the City’s rinks open: Is there any... Read More

Park Summit: Five questions for Park Avenue Community Oven’s Ali Shaver

Toronto Park People’s Park Summit highlights the successes and opportunities of Toronto’s 1600+ parks. This year’s theme, Inspiration... Read More

Toronto Park Summit: Five questions with Vancouver’s Malcolm Bromley

Toronto Park People’s Park Summit highlights the successes and opportunities of Toronto’s 1600+ parks. This year’s... Read More

What are Vancouver’s Best Public Spaces?

Photo courtesy of Jay Banks. Growing up in Vancouver, I didn’t really have a good understanding of what makes a lively public space... Read More

A Watered Down Vision: Dartmouth’s Canal Greenway

DARTMOUTH – After 17 years of planning, construction of Dartmouth’s Canal Greenway is about to begin. Unfortunately, what’s now... Read More

Image of the Moment: Ottawa’s biodome’s first winter

Image: Ottawa’s first biodome’s first winter Location: Brewer Park, Ottawa, Canada Date of photo: December 16, 2014... Read More

Visual Thoughts #47

Last VT image: Autumn at John Hendry Park, Vancouver. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is... Read More

Book Review From The Stacks – (re)Designing Nature: Current Concepts for Shaping Nature in Art and Landscape Architecture

Authors: Susanne Witzgall, Florian Matzner, and Iris Meder (Hatje Cantz, 2011) The relationship between nature and the the built world... Read More

A River Runs Under it: Daylighting Sawmill River

Dartmouth – From the harbour to its lakes, Dartmouth is a city shaped by water. Flowing through Downtown, the half-kilometer... Read More