In 2013, the city of Norfolk, Virginia, removed almost 70 benches from three small city parks.

"What is a street?" is the first question posed in Global Street Design Guide from the ...

When I think about climate change, I like to look at a photo of my daughter and her two dear friends—not just because of their sweet smiles, but because the photo offers an important clue to how we can design cities to thrive in uncertain times.

Washburn

As the storm surge of Hurricane Sandy overwhelmed his neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York City’s chief urban designer Alexandros Washburn took refuge on the upper floors of his house. For years he had played an integral role in creating the...

Washburn

In honor of PARK(ing) Day, Island Press is taking tactical urbanism to the streets. PARK(ing) Day is an annual event where people all over the world transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. These pop-up parks can take all forms--in...

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This bear is excited to learn about landscape architecture this weekend from its den outside the Colorado Convention Center.

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An elegant sun catch at an outdoor café. Photo by Robert Brown.

Washburn

View of promenade seating and edge buildings in Bo01. (Photograph by Joakim Lloyd Raboff.)

Washburn

This Friday, visionary architect Sim Van der Ryn takes you on a reflective journey of a more ecological and humane approach to design. With a focus on the strengths and weaknesses in our approach to the design of our communities, regions, and buildings...

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