The Atlanta BeltLine: Catalyst infrastructure and city systems

Atlanta, GA, the sprawling southern metropolis, has followed a classic pattern of modern North American urban growth. As the city... Read More

MOVE Expo explores the past, present, and future of urban transportation

To reach Evergreen Brick Works, visitors typically walk to a subway station, hop on a train, and transfer to a shuttle bus. This... Read More

Dusk Dances brings Withrow Park to life

This week, I took part in Dusk Dances at Withrow Park, a Toronto-based outdoor dance festival that presents diverse choreographic... Read More

Photo installation allows councillors to see through Fresh Eyes

From the lower windows of Toronto City Hall, many pairs of eyes peer out onto Nathan Phillips Square. If you pass quickly, you could... Read More

All aboard Art Train Conductor No.9

Between a row of familiar green and white GO Train cars lies a vibrant art piece, a moving idea lab, a space for education and... Read More

An imagined future in Upper Toronto

  It’s a pie in the sky idea, purposefully. Upper Toronto is “a science fiction urban design project” that proposes the building of a... Read More

A summer of free outdoor films

Cinephiles rejoice! Many groups across Toronto are presenting free outdoor film screenings this summer, providing a ton of options for... Read More

Exploring Osgoode Hall

Editor’s note: Spacing was invited by the Law Society of Upper Canada to tour Osgoode Hall and its new exhibit, “Fact or... Read More