Video Vancouver: Measuring Magic — Comfort

PPS founder Fred Kent shares his insights on comfort in public space, including why it matters, what to look for, and how to make it... Read More

EVENT – 2018 UBC SCARP Symposium, March 16

When: Friday, March 16, 2018 from 8:00am – 7:00pm Where: The Great Hall, AMS Nest, 6133 University Boulevard, UBC Cost: General $105... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 021, Pride & Place

We’re celebrating Black History Month with a special episode. Author and placemaker Jay Pitter is our special guest host, and... Read More

Book Review: Infinite Suburbia

Editors: Alan M. Berger, Joel Kotkin with Celina Balderas Guzman (Princeton Architectural Press, 2017) According to Queens... Read More

A Deeper Dive into Family Friendly Affordable Housing at the Museum of Vancouver

On February 1st the RAIC Metro Vancouver Chapter hosted the second installment of this year’s MOV Built City Speaker Series, titled ‘A... Read More

EVENT: Pride & Place podcast listening party

WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 28th, 6pm-8pm WHERE: Harlem Underground, 745 Queen St. West, Toronto LINK: RSVP on Facebook if you wish Within... Read More

Video Vancouver: Measuring Magic – Affection

PPS founder Fred Kent shares his insights on affection in public space, including why it matters, what to look for, and how to make it... Read More

The Death and Life of the Single-Family House

When experts try to explain how Vancouver’s history has impacted its housing crisis, they often point to Expo 86 as ground zero. But... Read More

Book Review From the Stacks: Partnerships in Urban Property Development

Authors: Nigel Dubben and Brendan Williams (Wiley, 2009) When developments are created it is generally the property developer or... Read More

Vancouver’s Chinatown: The Dichotomy of Past and Present – Part 2

This is the second part of Spacing Vancouver’s Ulduz Maschaykh interview with prominent Real Estate Marketer and Art Collector... Read More