Category Archives: Design Writing

Bike Lanes in Planning Magazine

Do you feel safe riding your bike in the street? I don’t. But cities across the nation are improving on-street bicycling. An article in the May/June issue of Planning Magazine traces the trends. An excerpt…

Bike Lanes in Planning Magazine

Do you feel safe riding your bike in the street? I don’t. But cities across the nation are improving on-street bicycling. An article in the May/June issue of Planning Magazine traces the trends. An excerpt…

Quebec Riverfront in Landscape Architecture Magazine

LAM’s May issue features a piece on the Promenade Samuel-de Champlain in Quebec City. This is a whimsical and impeccably crafted space without a specific purpose: a folly for the New Millennium.  An excerpt….

Quebec Riverfront in Landscape Architecture Magazine

LAM’s May issue features a piece on the Promenade Samuel-de Champlain in Quebec City. This is a whimsical and impeccably crafted space without a specific purpose: a folly for the New Millennium.  An excerpt….

Published in Landscape Architecture Magazine

A piece on the iconic and unusual NorthPark Center in Dallas appears in the April issue. Imagine a shopping center with stunning plantings, world-class art, and no hard-sell kiosks!  An excerpt….

Published in Landscape Architecture Magazine

A piece on the iconic and unusual NorthPark Center in Dallas appears in the April issue. Imagine a shopping center with stunning plantings, world-class art, and no hard-sell kiosks!  An excerpt….

Published in Architecture Minnesota and Planning

Downtown Minneapolis’s garbage incinerator is the basis for two new articles in design magazines. Architecture Minnesota looks specifically at the HERC facility, while Planning‘s cover story considers urban utilities in general.

Published in Architecture Minnesota and Planning

Downtown Minneapolis’s garbage incinerator is the basis for two new articles in design magazines. Architecture Minnesota looks specifically at the HERC facility, while Planning‘s cover story considers urban utilities in general.