Andrew Cuthbert works as a planner helping urban and rural communities realize their goals. When not working Andrew can most likely be found on his bike taking in the sights and fresh air.

Book Review – Infrastructural Monument

Author: MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) Infrastructural Monument presented the products of a... Read More

The Vancouver Song: “It’s a big big city, but there ain’t no place for me”

“The Vancouver Song” by Tim Sars, 2016 The man in the video is Tim Sars.  He is the leader of the Vancouver institution... Read More

Book Review – Fantastic Cities: A Coloring Book of Amazing Places Real and Imagined

Author: Steve McDonald (Chronicle Books, 2015) Fantastic Cities is a colouring book.  Not a colouring book intended for children, but... Read More

Cartographically Speaking – British Columbia as Westeros

For an enlarged version of the map click here Fantasy fiction mostly takes place is vast and fantastical imaginary geographies. The... Read More

In Defense of Cyclists

Times are tough. Well not really that tough, but every once in a while the balance is upset and people start to raise their voices... Read More

Bike Rides Society

Earlier this year, a couple of cyclists from Austin Texas popped into Vancouver at the beginning of their tour down to San Francisco.... Read More

Sustainable Design: A Critical Guide

Author: David Bergman (Princeton Architectural Press, 2012) The way we construct our buildings has a major impact on the... Read More

If Cars Could Talk: Essays on Urbanism

Author: William Fain (Princeton Architectural Press, 2012) William Fain is an urban designer. These are the first words in the... Read More

Transportation Transformation: Rethink and Repurpose

It is by no means a new idea that car travel and dependency is bad for the environment, health and a host of other derivatives.  But... Read More