Concept study for a 25-acre system of parks over and adjacent to the 134 Freeway corridor running through Downtown Glendale. Funded by SCAG Compass Blueprint Grants.
Fronting for UNIQLO, or how Godzilla inspired me to make great cities.
Glendale’s local TV channel, GTV6, asked me to talk about Space 134, our plan to cover the 134 Freeway with a series of parks. This is the result.
Reflections on the Southern California Edison photography archive, published in “Form and Landscape,” The Huntington’s contribution to Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in LA.
This week Hal Eisner interviewed me about “Space 134,” a concept to build a series of parks over the 134 Freeway as it cuts across the middle of Glendale.
As reported in the Glendale News Press today, downtown Glendale is experiencing a major construction boom as a result of good redevelopment and planning policies. The feature project of the News Press article […]
Last week the Glendale City Council approved two mixed-use projects, each located at significant infill sites within the city’s urban centers. The Triangle, designed by TCA: Thomas P Cox Architects, will […]