For generations, the “White Elephant” has held a special place in our family. This is the tepidly affectionate name given to an old..
Hello and Happy New Year!
With 2019 officially ended, the Gould Evans Studio for City Design is excited to share the year’s highlights,..
The Westport District Master Plan received the 2019 American Planning Association (APA) Missouri Chapter’s Outstanding Plan Award. The..
The Wichita: Places for People Plan received the 2019 American Planning Association (APA) Kansas Chapter’s Outstanding Plan Award. The..
In October 2018, the Gould Evans planning studio worked with local partners to bring the Incremental Development Alliance to Kansas City..
Note: This is the third post in a series exploring some simple patterns of human scale neighborhood design. These patterns, which I’ve..
Kansas Citians stepped forward recently to support the city we’ve built. By choosing to raise our property taxes, we are taking on the..
I recently began a series exploring some simple patterns of human scale neighborhood design. These patterns, which I have observed in my..
Street trees have a woefully understaffed marketing department. They just can’t seem to get the message out, which is surprising since..
Cars have erased “human scale” from our traditional patterns of city building, which means we are no longer designing our cities to be..