What can rehousing initiatives teach us about the ongoing struggle for urban resilience?
Yesterday   Places Journal
<p>With an urban renaissance already underway, local designers are pushing the city to recognize the importance of good architecture and urban design.</p>
Nov 7, 2006   The Kansas City Star
<p>With skyscrapers in Dubai and around the world pushing ever higher, engineers are introducing new elevators that save space and reduce waiting times.</p>
Nov 6, 2006   ITP Business
<p>Architects, builders and preservationists met in Pittsburgh to discuss ways to get federal guidelines for historic structures to play nice with green building principles.</p>
Nov 5, 2006   Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
<p>Inga Saffron, the Philadelphia Inquirer's architecture critic, loathes the city's 'let's make a deal' approach to urban planning.</p>
Nov 3, 2006   Skyline Online
<p>This article from <em>Grist</em> raises the question of what would happen to the economic viability of Midwest farms if they kept their neighbors as customers and dropped the far-off corporations that currently keep them afloat.</p>
Nov 2, 2006   Grist
<p>Indiana University, South Bend, is considering joining an ever-growing group of universities that are embracing green building techniques and environmentally sustainable development.</p>
Nov 1, 2006   South Bend Tribune
<p>A new report released by the American Institute of Architects has found that implementing green building techniques in schools has benefits beyond the environment. Test scores and student health have also been shown to increase.</p>
Nov 1, 2006   The American Institute of Architects
<p>A design competition for the new Transbay Terminal in San Francisco anticipates only the most high profile international architects to participate.</p>
Oct 31, 2006   The San Francisco Chronicle
<p>A Canadian architect has been in the Philippines for the past year designing homes for the country's poorest citizens. His method utilizes whatever building materials can be found to create an easily constructed and long-lasting home.</p>
Oct 31, 2006   The Globe and Mail
<p>Columbus, Ohio's New Village Place -- winner of the 2006 James B. Recchie Award for Urban Design -- seamlessly marries market-rate and affordable housing with striking designs that respect the historic character and fabric of the neighborhood.</p>
Oct 31, 2006   The Columbus Dispatch