America’s cleanest cities

March 20, 2008,AEDT

Want to live where the air is sweet, the water is pure and the streets are clean? Try the country. But what if you don’t like the sticks? Then try Florida. Source Financial Post – America’s cleanest cities.

Is Suburbia Turning Into Slumburbia?

March 14, 2008,AEDT

The dark side of this surreality is that the places far from these hallowed urban cores are experiencing unprecedented decline and, according to some experts, threaten to become tomorrow’s slums. We’re not talking about mean inner city streets getting meaner, | Read More

Green roof for green buildings

March 3, 2008,AEDT

Imagine picking blueberries on your roof, collecting rain and runoff water from your property and using it to flush toilets, heating and cooling your building using heat trapped beneath the Earth’s surface and having an electricity bill less than a | Read More

Hard architecture and urban grit will be missed

March 1, 2008,AEDT

The first laneway house in Toronto. The first sculptural gateway to a Toronto ravine. The work of Jeff Stinson and Adrian DiCastri, two architects who defined architecture in very different ways, stands as a testament to their imagination, their urban | Read More

Everything is green at Humber

February 28, 2008,AEDT

A New Education And Research Facility For Humber College Performs As A Living Laboratory Of Sustainable Building, Fostering Environmental Stewardship And The Creation Of A Greener City. – Canadian Architect – 2/28/2008.

No way to run a modern city

February 26, 2008,AEDT

It’s time to shake up and rearrange Greater Toronto. At Queen’s Park, the City of Toronto hardly exists. It’s being absorbed into the “Greater Golden Horseshoe,” an urban mass that sprawls from Brighton up through Orillia and down through the | Read More

Museum seeks $120M

February 24, 2008,AEDT

Plans are evolving, but if the Cincinnati Museum Center succeeds in its quest for state, public and private funding, it will have up to $120 million. to restore its t1933 glory. It has asked Ohio for $20 million spread over | Read More

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