Design

There is development life in San Francisco outside of SoMa (South of Market). Jim Chappell, former SPUR director, reviews some of the activity in this second installation of a series.
Oct 17, 2014   UrbDeZine
At PieLab in Greensboro, Alabama, locals mingle with designers attempting to do use design to do good, with a slice of pie on the side.
Jun 20, 2009   Fast Company
In an exhibition called Global Street Food at the Vitra Design Museum, portable kitchens from all over the world are presented.
Jun 11, 2009   Metropolis Magazine
According to government officials and real estate executives, Frank Gehry is out as the architect for Barclays Center arena.
Jun 6, 2009   The New York Times
Recent studies in neuroscience show that the design of the built environment affects the way you feel and your behavior. New brain scan technology is revealing emotional reactions to color choice, rounded corners, and ceiling height.
May 11, 2009   Fast Company
Before officials get too excited about using stimulus money to repair the nation's infrastructure, they should carefully consider design, according to this oped.
Feb 5, 2009   The Orlando Sentinel
With the return to prominence of physical planning and increasing use of GIS, planning students are becoming interested in developing portfolios of their work. This blog entry provides tips for this process exploring why Opinion
Nov 30, 2008   By Ann Forsyth
Going beyond traditional approaches to public art, Washington's transit authority has launched a program that provides the city with art that expresses Seattle's "core identity."
Oct 3, 2008   Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Visual communication is becoming more sophisticated in planning, however many online image sources are restricted and require payment for use. Others, such as flikr.com and Google Images are extremely useful but have uneven quality Opinion
Jul 31, 2008   By Ann Forsyth
<p><em>Business Week</em> looks at a recent list of the best cities for design in America.</p>
Jul 1, 2008   Business Week
<p>In expectation of a new exhibit opening at the Whitney Museum of Art, the New Yorker reflects on the curious life and career of Buckminster Fuller.</p>
Jun 3, 2008   The New Yorker