Wowza, Matt Novak @paleofuture digs up dirt from FBI about what a Nazi fanatic architect Philip Johnson was. goo.gl/XykmPd
Move your cursor over the images for credit information. Kaid Benfield writes about community, development, and the environment on Switchboard and in other national media. Kaid’s latest book is People
Earth Day was such a big deal
Studies show that in successful cities the roads just clog up again.
Trending: Bike Turns Plastic Cups Into 3D Printer Ink - PSFK bit.ly/1eWSKji
It's just glowing lines at this point, but there's a lot more to come.
For your enjoyment and use: organicARCHITECT's patented 20 steps toward designing for Net Zero Buildings.
Jane Jacobs in 1958 wrote "Downtown is for People" (Fortune Classic, 1958) wp.me/p3QoU-1P2 via @FortuneMagazine
This will rankle some, thrill others #topoli #ttc MT @mattyglesias As transpo policy, streetcars don’t make sense: vox.com/cards/us-stree… …
Sustainable housing an evolving term for architects - latimes.com dtrnsfr.us/QzawxF
Dead-on article by kid half my age. it’s money, not generation RT @paleofuture: No, tech adoption is not speeding up paleofuture.gizmodo.com/no-tech-adopti…
The CATable will keep the cat off the keyboard.
The Bloomberg initiative to promote active design celebrates some of the best examples.
my nano housing venture, F-lophousing, is inspired by safdie's habitat '66 and q-bert! take that @TreeHugger nwsbm.com/images/PLCapab…
New Apple HQ may be a suburban office park but it’s the sexiest and greenest ever built. goo.gl/kvPkW9
Smart video: How to fold a suit and shirt so it fits into a suitcase w/o wrinkling. parisiangentleman.co.uk/2012/04/23/how…
Everyone is tweety about the the LBL Financial net zero energy building. Its just silly that it can be called that. goo.gl/enR23m
Calling Handrail Police: The stair of the week by Paul Rudolph done 50 years ago goo.gl/YAj69a
Earth day resolution: stop building projects like the Zoo Interchange usa.streetsblog.org/2014/04/22/ear…
Best Earth Day post I have seen all day. RT @Kaid_at_NRDC: My home in the context of Earth:huff.to/1jCzlRH
The Crabgrass Crucible by Christopher Sellers tells a different story than the one we usually hear on Earth Day.
“architects are wimps” says @ericcoreyfreed. and cowards. He’s right. RT @Architizer: bit.ly/1pnjjCs
Edward Keenan writes about a study called The Fundamental Law of Road Congestion, which states that no matter how much road you build, it gets filled up fast in any
It's remarkable that even at that price, they couldn't afford a handrail.