Erick Villagomez is the Editor-in-chief at Spacing Vancouver. He is also an educator, independent researcher and designer with personal and professional interests in the urban landscapes. His private practice – Metis Design|Build (http://metisdb.com/) – is an innovative practice dedicated to a collaborative and ecologically responsible approach to the design and construction of places. You can also see some of his drawing and digital painting adventures at Visual Thoughts – http://visualthoughts.ca/.

Visual Thoughts #64

Last VT image: Highway underpass – Coquitlam, BC. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He... Read More

Visual Thoughts #63

Last VT image: Homes at Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site in Steveston, BC. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding... Read More

Visual Thoughts #62

Last VT image: Alice Lake – Squamish, BC. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is also... Read More

Visual Thoughts #61

Last VT image: Idiosyncratic attic window in Strathcona, Vancouver. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing... Read More

EVENT: Shaping Vancouver 2017, Conversation #1, March 23rd

Shaping Vancouver 2017:ReShaping Conversations on Heritage Conversation #1: The Future of Heritage in Vancouver- What the New Thematic... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: The Politics of Flight

Click here for a larger image. We tend to think of cities in their horizontal dimension—artifacts the spread laterally across the... Read More

Visual Thoughts #60

Last VT image: Snowy intersection in East Vancouver. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is... Read More

Visual Thoughts #59

Last VT image: Building on Terminal Avenue, Vancouver. *** Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver. He is... Read More

Industrial Magic

What should we do with urban industrial lands? Many that live within rapidly growing cities may argue that this question is extremely... Read More

Vancouver Neighbourhood Population Change, 1971-2006

Cities are constantly transforming. Although we often focus on the most visible signs of change—new buildings and reconstructed public... Read More