Several weeks ago I visited Seattle for the first time. I’ve always had an affinity for cities shaped by water, and I was looking forward..
Birthdays can provide a broad spectrum of emotions – the joy and happiness of celebrating a life event and perhaps on the other side the..
This blog assignment has got us thinking back to the time before there were blogs, instant access to a cornucopia of web images, and the..
If you’ve ever been to San Francisco, you have certainly experienced some form of street map deception—that is, a manageable distance on..
On a rare and welcome late season rainy April 25th morning, some of us in the San Francisco Studio attended the Workplace of the Future..
Take a moment to think back a few months to February: while most of the U.S. was enveloped in more snow than it knew what to do with, the..
No construction vehicles or blistering Kansas winds slowed down runners at the Kansas Relays, recently held at our Rock Chalk Park Track..
What happens to a person’s eyes when they visit a new place? There always seems to be so much to take in at first: new sights, new..
When is the last time you thought about buildings in miniature? Have you ever imagined the built environment around you shrunk to a..
Sometimes public space needs just needs a bit of help. As New Orleans begins to fill in the gaps, and its population resurges to..