Essays

Consider the 15 mph City

05.16.2023

By John J. Parman

It’s time to expand our vision to include slower, more human-scaled speeds of transportation.

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It’s time to expand our vision to include slower, more human-scaled speeds of transportation.

Condocide: Death of a Building Type

05.15.2023

By Richard Buday

The building collapse in Miami may not have been an aberration. The condition of aging condos nationwide is dire.

Condocide

The building collapse in Miami may not have been an aberration. The condition of aging condos nationwide is dire.

“Boston Is A Red City”

04.18.2023

By David Hacin

Construction rooted in local materials is what has provided cities with distinctive identities—and colors.

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Construction rooted in local materials is what has provided cities with distinctive identities—and colors.

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