David Brooks is a Op-Ed Columnist for NYTimes.com where he wrote about where Americans would like to live in the USA:
“You may not know it to look at them, but urban planners are human and have dreams. One dream many share is that Americans will give up their love affair with suburban sprawl and will rediscover denser, more environmentally friendly, less auto-dependent ways of living.”
To read the remainder of this great piece go to the [SOURCE: NYTimes.com – Op-Ed Columnist – I Dream of Denver]
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Rowan Moore of the Evening Standard writes
“The legacy masterplan is the work of three practices, EDAW, Allies and Morrison, and the Dutch KCAP. All have a reputation for competence and professionalism………”
[SOURCE: Evening Standard – Let’s have an Olympic legacy like this]
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Arch Daily interviewed Shohei Shigematsu of OMA New York office. Interesting video that we found through an interesting site called D A S which has some great information.
Video SOURCE: OMA NY by Archdaily from david basulto on Vimeo.
SOURCE: Archdaily via DAS
“A garden design by Capability Brown, one of England’s greatest gardening architects, is to be brought to life after remaining hidden for 250 years.
The sketch, believed to be Brown’s first garden plan, covers around 100 acres of rolling Northumberland countryside close to where he was born in 1716.”
SOURCE:Telegraph – Capability Brown’s first garden plan to be brought to life after 250 years
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