Cars have erased “human scale” from our traditional patterns of city building, which means we are no longer designing our cities to be..
The term “mixed-use” ought to earn top spot in the planning jargon hall of fame, for the number of times that these projects are heralded..
As Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously wrote for the 1964 Jacobellis v. Ohio obscenity case, “I know it when I see it”. When..
The first Case Study of the “Plan to Build Value” series.
Lately, there has been much public debate about development incentives. People..
A note from the KC Planning Studio of Gould Evans:
The last 50 years of car-based planning and development have driven our cities down..
A common challenge facing American cities is the vacant lot. It’s a contagion – one abandoned lot drags down property values, leading to..
Twenty years ago we opened the doors to our Gould Evans Phoenix studio – time flies when you’re having fun! And while we celebrate this..
Take a peek into a day in the life of STEAM Studio, the incredible educational environment housed in the loft space of our Kansas City..
What do these three things have in common? They are all products of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields that benefit..
As Lawrence Public Schools (USD497) set out to implement a personalized learning model across their district, they began to think about..