The West District Plan will guide the redevelopment of the western half of the University of California, Santa Barbara, creating a physical framework for transforming a 100-acre area currently dominated by parking fields into a traditional campus.
Azusa Station establishes the future Gold Line light rail station as a northern anchor to the City’s downtown.
A review of “Eden by Design: The 1930s Olmsted-Bartholomew Plan for the Los Angeles Region” and the 2000 LA Mayoral Debate at Occidential College
Fifty Years of New Town Ideology: A comparative analysis of three New Towns outside of Washington DC: Greenbelt, Reston, and Kentlands
A review of the “Urbanisms: New and Other” conference, held at the College of Environmental Design, University of California Berkeley, 24-26 February 2000
On March 23, 1959 the Kalamazoo City Commission unanimously adopted an ordinance closing two blocks of Burdick Street from automobile traffic. In August of that year, Burdick Street was reopened […]
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