How to Throw a Block Party in Vancouver

[Author's Note: Summer is the perfect time to get outside and get to know your neighbours. The Vancouver Public Space... Read More

Vancouver Tour has a Musqueam Perspective

The Vancouver Heritage Foundation is piloting a project with the Musqueam Indian Band to offer a tour of Vancouver from a slightly... Read More

Cartographically Speaking: Vancouver’s West End

Click here to see a larger image. Adam Naamani’s recent piece on the gentrification of Vancouver’s West End brought to... Read More

Video Vancouver: Chinatown Nightlife

Submitted by Victor Ngo. After Sunset: Nightlife in Vancouver’s Chinatown Vancouver’s Chinatown has a rich history of a vibrant... Read More

Vancouver’s West End Gentrification

Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts. – Arnold Bennett It’s one of... Read More

Gastown 1905 to 2014

As Vancouver’s original Downtown founded in 1867, Gastown survived a period of decline and disrepair following the 1960s, today... Read More

EVENT: Active Fiction – Intersecting public space with fiction in Riley Park, May 3-4

This weekend, on May 3rd and 4th, the Vancouver Public Space Network is presenting a preview of Active Fiction — a project at the... Read More

The Strathcona Story: A community that fought back, and the Architect that helped rebuild

In December of 1968, the residents of one of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhoods, Strathcona, were faced with losing their... Read More

Studies on the West End – Camera Obscura 1555 Georgia Street

[Editor's Note: Schools are the repository of ideas and experimentation. All too frequently, however, interesting and provocative work... Read More