Issue 525 July 2013

Adapt, Transform, Reuse

Making use of the past can serve as a guide to the future of the city.
The juxtaposition of old and new enhances our urban fabric, amplifying the layers of history that define great cities. Reimagining old buildings has lead to the creation of some of San Francisco’s most loved places, from the Women’s Building to Mint Plaza to the new Exploratorium. Read More »

From Pop-Up to Permanent

In Oakland, an artist and urban designer blends boosterism with positive deviance.
In Oakland, an artist and urban designer blends boosterism with positive deviance. Read More »

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