Commentary published in “Los Angeles: Building the Polycentric City” for the 13th Congress of New Urbanism, June 2005
“… because that is all downtown Los Angeles deserves.” Editorial to the Fall 2003 LA Forum Online Newsletter on Downtown LA.
Los Angeles arguably has only two parks of the Beaux-Arts / Olmsted tradition – large, cultivated gardens in urban settings, home to iconic cultural institutions: Hancock Park and Exposition Park. […]
Fifty Years of New Town Ideology: A comparative analysis of three New Towns outside of Washington DC: Greenbelt, Reston, and Kentlands
A political comparison between grid and non-grid urban forms, as analyzed via Roswell NM and The X-Files episode “Arcadia” | Published in “loudpaper” volume 3, issue 3, 2000
The Master Suite As the owners of a new $200,000 plus Irvine Home, the happy couple are rewarded with generous personal space. Occupying nearly a quarter of the house, the […]