The wild success of a "pop-up urban intervention” transforming Toronto's Yonge Street has Christopher Hume and the city's residents excited about the ability of small moves to have a big impact.
Aug 21, 2012 Toronto Star
Kelly Chan explores how temporary architecture is changing our relationship to the built environment, and asks "how permanent is our current fascination for the temporary?"
May 12, 2012 Art Info
Ariel Schwartz writes about Popuphood, a project aiming to dramatically revitalize the Old Oakland neighborhood by offering six months of free rent to five retail establishments on one block.
Jan 27, 2012 Fast Company Co.Exist
Small-scale, temporary interventions in urban space have brought the concept of "pop-up" projects into the civic space of cities.
Jul 26, 2011 The Globe and Mail