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  • Don Schuetze, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    for it Surrey Features Pop up parks Surrey Central goes gingham They re popping up all over the place Cities across North America and perhaps further afield are creating temporary spaces Read More Features Employment Insurance Beneficiaries South of the Fraser Compared to the Other Side There is reputation and then there are the facts Here are the numbers of Employment Insurance beneficiaries from Stats B C Read More Neighbourhoods Imagine Surrey Four Speakers Look at the New Downtown Centre Imagine Surrey was held March 2 at Surrey s City Centre library There were four speakers plus community displays and even an Read More Features 2012 InReview The vague terrain of art in the generic city While our Spacing Vancouver contributors continue their well deserved break we would like to take the opportunity highlight some of Read More Features Where are all the commercial vehicles Surrey According to the most recent statistics come from B C Stats via ICBC Surrey has more licensed commercial vehicles than Vancouver Read More Features More building permits given out South of the Fraser Economic confidence A comparison of building permits issued throughout the GVRD from 1998 2011 It s not really a race Read More Spacing The vague terrain of art in the generic city The same day Beyond Vague Terrain The City and the Serial Image closed at the Surrey Art Gallery Artswest had an exhibition in the Read More Features Lightmodal public art that isn t so public Here s art with no vision goals and of a doubtful legacy I stole those headings from the Necklace Project website Read More Features An urban screen opening in Surrey I walked by the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre in Surrey on Friday December 2 at 5 50 pm It was still early but in

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  • Dylan Collie, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    to connect with Spacington the city struck with disaster after Read More Features Sim City Auto Saurus Rex Volcano UFO s in Spacington This week some interesting irregular events took place in Spacington UFO landing Auto Saurus Rex rampage and a Volcano erupted If Read More Features Sim City Disaster hits Spacington In conjunction with our newest Disaster issue we thought we d see what it would be like if a couple disasters hit our very own Read More Features Sim City Subways Subways Subways The people have spoken they want subways Subways subways subways Right No We know it s an old topic and the Read More Features Sim City City Slums Like we mentioned a few weeks ago Spacington has developed a bit of a slum As displayed above this once thriving neighborhood has Read More Features Sim City Fire A fire broke out in Spacington In fact two fires broke out in the little city this week There has been a couple close calls with Read More Features Sim City Bus Shelters International Business Bus transit is big in Spacington The city has adopted new lines extended a few and created a multi city connection Not bad eh Read More Features Sim City City Amenities Inconveniences Opportunities Among the many features in Spacington A university city hall jail and courthouse major league baseball station golf course Read More Features Sim City A Better Look at Spacington While Spacington gets a little bit larger the population is now up to 100 000 and we try to get a jump start on the two things we Read More Features Sim City Waterfront Spacington has gained a waterfront Surprisingly Spacington does in fact have a waterfront and much like Toronto we ve Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/vancouver/author/dylanc/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Elle Ziegler, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    writing book reviews Features Book Review Urban Wildscapes Anna Jorgensen and Richard Kennan Editors Anna Jorgensen and Richard Kennan Routledge 2011 Urban Wildscapes is a diverse collection of essays that provides a Read More Features Balthazar Korab Architect of Photography Author John Comazzi Princeton Architectural Press 2012 Balthazar Korab is an architect who makes pictures rather than a Read More Features Urban Composition Developing Community Through Design Author Mark C Childs Princeton Architectural Press 2012 Cities are one of humanity s greatest achievements more than just a sum Read More Features Up on the Roof New York s Hidden Skyline Spaces Author Alex MacLean Princeton Architectural Press 2012 Up on the Roof is a playful photographic exploration of a secret world Read More Features The Human Face of Climate Change Authors Mathias Braschler Monika Fischer Hatje Cantz 2011 The Human Face of Climate Change is a quiet and stunning journey Read More Features Old Buildings and New Design Architectural Transformations Author Charles Bloszies Princeton Architectural Press 2011 Design integrity is essential for exemplary architecture it is Read More Features Tilting House Launching Slide Hauling Potato Trenching and Other Tales from a Newfoundland Fishing Village Author Robert Mellin Princeton Architectural Press 2008 Tilting House Launching Slide Hauling Potato Trenching and Other Tales Read More Features The Mythic City Photographs of New York by Samuel H Gottscho 1925 1944 Author Donald Albrecht Princeton Architectural Press 2005 In 1925 at the age of 50 traveling salesman Samuel H Gottscho quit Read More Features In the Wilds Drawings by Nigel Peake Into the Wilds is an incredible collection of hand drawings by Irish artist Nigel Peake Created over the course of three months Read More Features Pamphlet Architecture 31 New Haitian Villages Author Steven Holl Princeton Architectural Presss 2011 Reviewed by Ellen Ziegler Spacing

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  • Eric Stockand, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    Curiosities Events Features Film Video Food Green Space Headlines History Housing Infrastructure Maps Media Neighbourhoods Parks Photos Politics Services Spacing Streetscape Traffic Transit Urban Design Walking Waterfront Region Topic By Eric Stockand Eric Stockand is a Vancouver based freelance designer and an architect registered in The Netherlands where he studied architecture at the Delft University of Technology after graduating from the Environmental Design program at the University of British Columbia He has lived and worked in Tokyo Japan Currently Eric is interested in sustainability built form urban patterns data visualization and the role of technology in the ever changing landscape of the design profession An overview of his work and profile can be found on his website Neighbourhoods Cartographically Speaking Criminal Topography Residential Break and Enter 2007 Authors Erick Villagomez Eric Stockand Cities are well known as engines of innovation creativity and wealth However they Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts Vancouver Art Gallery Reflections RELEASE Thousands Re Imagine Downtown Vancouver in 2040 Solving The Housing Crisis at SFU Part 2 Do High Rise Towers Destroy Community Religious Buildings Reincarnated From the Spacing Store 22 Buy yourself a subscription 22

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  • Hannah Teicher, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    Waterfront Region Topic By Hannah Teicher Features Out of bounds city museums ponder their foray into the city Talk after talk affirms the city museum s connection to its urban context and they loom larger than life But how much influence Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts Vancouver Art Gallery Reflections RELEASE Thousands Re Imagine Downtown Vancouver in 2040 Solving

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  • Ian Lowrie, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    Topic By Ian Lowrie Ian Lowrie is a member of studioCAMP He holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from the University of British Columbia Civic Engagement MOV Upcycled Urbanism Update Sunday March 10 Last Sunday s Upcycled Urbanism workshop at the Museum of Vancouver saw participants engage in a group hallucination Led by UBC Read More Features The Shops at New West Station Shops at New West Station formerly known as Plaza 88 is a mixed use development surrounding New Westminster s self titled SkyTrain Read More Maps Mapping Vancouver Crime Part 3 Editor s Note We are pleased to present the third and final part of Ian Lowrie s investigation into Vancouver crime Read More Maps Mapping Vancouver Crime Part 2 Editor s Note We are pleased to present the second part of Ian Lowrie s investigation into Vancouver crime patterns If Read More Maps Mapping Vancouver Crime Part 1 Editor s Note The relationship between crime and urban form is an important but under discussed phenomenon As such it is Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts Vancouver Art Gallery Reflections RELEASE Thousands Re Imagine Downtown Vancouver in

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/vancouver/author/ianlowrie/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Jackie Wong, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    describe both Vancouver and San Francisco Yet the Read More Features Generation Rent Urban Facelifts Serve the Well Heeled Editor s note Beautiful eclectic iconic Pacific harbour towns the words describe both Vancouver and San Francisco Yet the Read More Housing Generation Rent San Francisco s Citizen Tenants Editor s note Beautiful eclectic iconic Pacific harbour towns the words describe both Vancouver and San Francisco Yet the Read More Civic Engagement Generation Rent Tyee call for renter story submissions deadline extended to Monday Nov 4 Are you a renter in Metro Vancouver The Tyee wants to publish your stories We re looking for first person accounts of what Read More Features Cities of Renters While Vancouver worships homeowners San Francisco tenants are first class citizens First in a series Click to see full Infographic Cities of Renters Vancouver vs San Francisco By Jackie Wong Tyee Solutions Society Editor s Read More Housing Re post Landlords and Tenants Agree Market Can t Fix Itself Editor s note More than a third of Metro Vancouver s households are renters And urban planners say the region needs Read More Housing Re post Inside BC s Secretive Landlord Tenant Dispute Process Editor s note Half of Metro Vancouver s households are renters Private property owners provide most of the apartments Read More Housing Re post Landlords See a High Price to Cheap Rent Editor s Note As many as half the households in the city of Vancouver and thousands more across Metro rent rather than own Read More Housing Re post Thrown Out Fight Grinds on Against Renovictions Editor s Note Vancouver revels in its reputation as North America s most livable city Yet for as many as half Read More Housing Re post No Room to Rent in the Livable City Editor s

    Original URL path: http://spacing.ca/vancouver/author/jackiewong/ (2015-11-16)
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  • Jak King, Author at Spacing Vancouver
    Engagement Communication Community Culture Curiosities Events Features Film Video Food Green Space Headlines History Housing Infrastructure Maps Media Neighbourhoods Parks Photos Politics Services Spacing Streetscape Traffic Transit Urban Design Walking Waterfront Region Topic By Jak King Jak King has lived on Commercial Drive for more than twenty years Now retired he has devoted many years to the study of the Drive s retail social architectural and political history He has published two books on the subject with two further studies in preparation History Power Energy Change Continuity Yesterday was the first day of Heritage Week and in BC the theme is Power and Energy In celebration thereof I offer this 1950 Read More History 100 Years Ago Today Grandview Theatre Opens On February 12th 1912 Thomas Shiels opened the Grandview Theatre movie house at 1712 Commercial It is the white arched building Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts Vancouver Art Gallery Reflections RELEASE Thousands Re Imagine Downtown Vancouver in 2040 Solving The Housing Crisis at SFU Part 2 Do High Rise Towers Destroy Community Religious Buildings Reincarnated From the Spacing Store 22 Buy yourself a subscription 22 Buy a renewal

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