Sean Bailey is a Masters of Community and Regional Planning student at the University of British Columbia. His primary focuses are urban design, community development, and cultural planning. Sean is originally from Kansas City where he worked as a theatrical designer. In addition to sharing his own work on Spacing, Sean will be publishing chosen works by his good friend and aesthetic mentor, the convivial Oscar Woodbead.

How Should France Rebuild Notre-Dame?

In the Spring of 1163, with King Louis VII and Pope Alexander III present, the construction of Notre-Dame de Paris began. In 1345, it... Read More

Seeing Environment

An announcement from the captivated Oscar Woodbead. I have previously written on my belief that sound should be a more valued... Read More

Listen to the Cucumber Part II: Theory to Practice

A selected writing from the cognizant Oscar Woodbead. It brings me tremendous pleasure to announce that as a result of my previous... Read More

Listen to the Cucumber

An essay by the cordial Oscar Woodbead I was sitting in an empty sushi restaurant in Vancouver at some time on some evening. But of... Read More