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Network Scale: The Paradox

Another essay I wrote for my seminar, Network – Environments, Scales, and Interactions. The prompt: How does an extreme range of scale appear in networks now, how has that range emerged, and what changing status does it indicate for ecology, for the built environment, and for humans? 2,135 more words


Catching up ...

If you are following my blog you will have realised by now I’m a ‘bad’ blogger – I’m sure bloggers are supposed to write short and often!!   443 more words


"new economics of development"

Portland has been growing over the last couple decades, and much of that growth was absorbed by renewal districts in the central city, infill projects within the surrounding streetcar suburbs, and in the exurb additions to the Urban Growth Boundary. 1,292 more words


Finding the best architect who will Suited For Your Needs

An architect is one of the many professionals in the community whose specialization is designing the best possible layout of homes and other infrastructures. By the phrase, ‘best possible’, it means exceptional physical appearance, functionality, safety and economic value. 496 more words


Sustainability key feature of architecture school

Terrance Galvin takes a practical approach to architectural design. Principle number one? Don’t throw away the old for the new. Catalogue the available materials and repurpose them where possible. 27 more words