Avery believes in the power of cities to create social equality, embedded sustainability and economic opportunity. His particular interests lie in civic facilities to create spaces for collective interaction, and public transit to connect people and places. As a recent Master of Architecture graduate from UBC SALA he’s excited to make the shift from student to practitioner. Check out averytitchkosky.com to see more of his work.

Cartographically Speaking – City Clock (Broadway-City Hall station)

Click here to see the full image. The city is multi-dimensional. One of the main dimensions is time. Built up of layers of schedules ... Read More