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A gathering to denounce racism after the vandalization of Broken Obelisk, January 1979. Courtesy Hickey-Robertson/Rothko Chapel Archives via ARTnews.
Public Space, Urban Planning, Racial Equity, Art & Culture, Place, Landscape, Houston

Broken Obelisk and Racial Justice in Houston

September 9, 2020
Amanda Douberley
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
Post Oak construction. Courtesy Uptown.
Public Space, Public Transit, Urban Planning

When Democracy Fails to Pay for Public Life Quasi-Government Steps Up: An Interview with Alex Garvin

September 4, 2018
Andrew Albers
Environment, Houston, Landscape, Public Space, Urban Planning

Bayou Greenways Bike Tour: Lessons in Urban Design on Brays Bayou

July 27, 2018
Raj Mankad
Environment, Landscape, Public Space, Urban Planning

Martin Luther King Boulevard Beautification Pop-Up Charrette: A Response by Irene Vázquez

July 19, 2018
Irene Vázquez
Land Use Regulation, Landscape, Urban Planning

Houston After Harvey in a Global Context: An Interview with Naomi Hanakata

April 26, 2018
Andrew Albers
Environment, Housing, Urban Planning

Architects Grapple with the Design of a More Resilient Houston: A Report by Julie Hendricks

April 24, 2018
Julie Hendricks
Environment, Landscape, Urban Planning

An Even Trade: Why the Dutch Can Both Teach and Learn from Houston about Designing for Flood Resilience

December 8, 2017
Nikki Brand
Architecture, Environment, Urban Planning

A More "Resilient" Houston: What Does That Mean and How Do We Get There?

October 18, 2017
Jose Solis