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Looking through the Global Collection Garden to The Alcoves beyond. Photo by Michael Tims courtesy Houston Botanic Garden.
Public Space, Reviews, Racial Equity, Art & Culture, Place, Landscape, Infrastructure, Houston, Events, Environment, Design

Botanic Diversity, Houston Style

September 18, 2020
Rachel Wilkins
abandoned row houses in Baltimore Maryland
Architecture, Design, Environment, Housing, Infrastructure, Interview, Land Use Regulation, Landscape, Urban Planning, Urbanism

OWNED: A Tale of Two Americas

July 3, 2020
Jack Murphy
Infrastructure, Public Space, Public Transit

New Tech, Old Questions: An Analysis of the Sharing Economy by Transit and Planning Expert Christof Spieler

October 17, 2018
Christof Spieler
Environment, Infrastructure, Landscape, Socioeconomics

The Lungs of Guatemala City: Architects' Efforts to Conserve an Urban Ecology by Melanie Ford

October 1, 2018
Melanie Ford
Environment, Infrastructure, Socioeconomics

“A Multitude of Approaches” to Flood Mitigation: An Interview with County Engineer John Blount

July 10, 2018
Steve Albert
Architecture, Environment, Infrastructure

A Call to Rebuild Houston by Design: Mitigation Alone is Not Enough

October 30, 2017
Jose Solis
Environment, Infrastructure

Living in Floodplains: Expert Recommendations Before Harvey Still Ring True

October 2, 2017
Raj Mankad
Environment, Infrastructure

How the Barker and Addicks Dams Work

September 4, 2017
Florence Tang
Willow Waterhole.
Infrastructure, Land Use Regulation, Socioeconomics

An Optimistic Response to Harvey

August 31, 2017
Environment, Infrastructure, Other Cities, Urbanism

Watershed Urbanism: Shoal Creek's Infrastructural Future

March 30, 2017
Jack Murphy