Monthly Archives: September 2012

“10 Benefits of Creating Good Public Spaces”

There is a value beyond the obvious to creating “places that work“. We’ve all seen the results of well-intentioned plans which do not seem to deliver as promised; this includes the uber-controlled world of “Happy Consumerism”, endless cheap energy,  and … Continue reading


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“The Five C’s of Neighborhood Planning”

As we look for ways to improve of neighborhoods, each with its own strengths and challenges, here is a brief look at some of the common elements found in neighborhoods that work. Examine your own neighborhood… what category of functionality … Continue reading

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