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Benefits of the grid
I have organized some of my main arguments from the Great American Grid debate at CNU into a simple...
Jun 10 2013 9:53am
Maximize your Halloween with new urbanism
Traditional neighborhood design promotes a number of positive attributes for a higher quality of...
Oct 31 2012 11:09am
Architecture, urbanism and the Eisenhower Memorial
After studying Gehry’s design and the counter proposals from the National Civic Art Society, I...
Aug 15 2012 5:12pm
What is a block?
The block, defined by different people in different ways, is a fundamental unit of urbanism.
Jul 2 2012 3:24pm
Choose the grid? Absolutely.
The argument that grid plans are inefficient is flawed; The grid has proven itself for centuries,...
Feb 27 2012 9:03am
Fallacies against the grid
Though criticized, the grid has given us places of the most vibrant, lively, and varied character...
Jan 23 2012 11:05am
Frank J. Gruber
Nethaniel M. Hood
The coming housing calamity
More low-down on tall buildings
A tire in the park
Livability means being poor and eating only one kind of lettuce
The Original Green
Village Green: For Cities to Be An Environmental Solution, We Need to Address Public Safety
Village Green: As We Lose Shopping Malls, Are Losing Something Sacred?
Village Green: Happy Cycling & Transit Holidays! (fun photos)
Sprawl's share of new US housing starts has declined dramatically, says EPA
It's time to adjust to the metropolitan reality
Strong central cities may help in weathering the recession
Village Green: Sidewalks Are Good for Us
Village Green: Revitalizing Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine (Part 2 - the neighborhood's assets)
Village Green: Revitalizing Cincinnati's Historic Over-the-Rhine (Part 3 - exciting progress portends a national model)
Village Green: What the City Can Teach the Country About Sustainability
Village Green: Jamaica's Rose Town Pursue's Healing Through Rebuilding
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