The contribution of architecture must go through a critical analysis of the urban layout where the buildings are located and point out the responsibility of the architect and urban planner in the act … [Read more...] about Architecture and crime, what is the relationship?
Don't you feel it growing day by day? People getting ready for the news. Some are happy, some are sad ... oh ... we got to let the music play. What the people need is a way to make em' smile. It … [Read more...] about The Power of the Arts
I was lucky. Growing up, I was surrounded by friendly neighbours, a safe community and best of all to a kid on her bicycle – places to explore and dream. A nearby park stretched in several … [Read more...] about Swelling cities must reinvent parks and play space
Welcome to my post. I’m glad you’re here. You’re probably here to learn a little about Toronto (my new city) and being an Urban Explorer (which I am). But to be honest, that’s just scratching the … [Read more...] about A Guide to Urban Exploration
The Places Project walking tour of Oaklands neighbourhood highlighted the diversity of green spaces in the community. The green spaces came in many shapes and sizes from chip trails, to a large … [Read more...] about The many faces of green spaces: Oaklands Neighbourhood