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  • Culture Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Youth Leadership Program By Kyle Witiw I would like to extend a personal thanks to the Aboriginal Elders program leaders youth participants and all others who have been Read More Wayfinding in Edmonton is about to get easier By Paul Giang Cross posted from Mack Male s Mastermaq blog See the full post here for more coverage on the Edmonton Wayfinding Group Read More Lake Sturgeon Nemêw Buffalo of the Water By Paul Giang Unlike the river valley I feel as though not many Edmontonians have a strong connection to the North Saskatchewan River We do not Read More Towers of Babel By sam singh Pax Ethnica Where and How Diversity Succeeds Author Karl E Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac Perseus Books 2012 Can t we all Read More Design and the City The LRT and the Flying E By Jeff Robson What contributes to the image of a city Is it the rich manufacturing heritage on 104th Street The vibrancy of Old Strathcona I can Read More Edmonton s Lost Chinese Market Gardens By Kathryn Gwun Yeen Lennon If you visit the City of Edmonton Archives a search for market gardens in the Henderson s City Directory for 1932 turns up several Read More What s in a City Flag By Paul Giang A group of local creatives progress unlimited Foolscap Studio Drawing Room MADE Spacing Edmonton and 1650 Read More This is Edmonton Chinatown South By Paul Giang My earliest recollections of Edmonton centered around McCauley Chinatown North Downtown West Edmonton Mall and Boyle Chinatown Read More Celebrating Blatchford By Paul Giang Did you know that Blatchford field was the world s busiest airport during World War II Or that it was Canada s first Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order

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  • Photos Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Young Edmonton s second annual Park ing Day was held last Friday temporarily occupying numerous parking stalls on Namêw 97 Street Read More Edmonton Today Has Spring Sprung By Tom Young This Is Edmonton West Edmonton Mall By Tom Young For a building of relatively few storeys West Edmonton Mall has cast a surprisingly long shadow over the city It has often been Read More This Is Edmonton River Valley Colours By Owen Murray The North Saskatchewan River Valley is unquestionably Edmonton s gem hidden in plain sight For those of us who live on one Read More Five Short Linear Stories on the LRT By Paul Giang This story was originally written for the Edmonton City as Museum Project ECAMP website launch ECAMP an initiative under the Read More Edmonton Today Ash Fog By Paul Giang A haze from forest fires blankets over Edmonton on July 16 2014 Overlooking the River Valley from Edmonton House Before and After Read More The First and Original CN Tower By Paul Giang Excerpt from Capital Modern The 26 storey CN Tower opened February 14 1966 and was Canada s tallest building west of Toronto It was Read More Throwback Thursday West Jasper Place By Paul Giang Read more about West Jasper Place s sports history here Date of photo 1971 Acknowledgement to Brent Welch for sharing Read More This Is Edmonton Neon Sign Museum By Tom Young Edmonton s unique Neon Sign Museum was launched on Friday evening the culmination of years of work by City of Edmonton Heritage Read More Edmonton Today Street Laundromat By Tom Young Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The Scale of Two Cities Schools and Parks I A History of Sharing This Is Edmonton

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  • Urban Design Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Paul Giang Image rendering created by Michael Zabinski The image is fictional and does not serve as official material for the Blatchford Read More The picnic tables at Amiskwaskahegan need to go By Paul Giang An article in Metro Edmonton last week described Amiskwaskahegan also known as Beaver Hills House Park as a drug park that is Read More Update Re imagining Downtown Public Event and Voting By Paul Giang WHERE former Rutherford Bookstore in Enterprise Square 10230 Jasper Avenue WHEN April 10 5 30PM for the announcement of the Read More Look Both Ways Crosswalk design vs data By The Yards Originally published in the winter 2014 issue of The Yards Written by Tim Querengesser Ask the employees of Earls Tin Palace and Read More Edmonton s Got a Fever By Kyle Witiw Tall buildings are all the rage in Edmonton these days It seems the flood gates have opened on a new tall building frenzy the likes Read More Opinion Entrance sign debate needs refocus By Paul Giang Fueled by a manic combination of civic pride and shame Edmonton Council is reopening discussions on the look of the city s Read More City and Campus By Peter West Academic institutions have an interesting relationship with cities While campuses across the country strive to develop a nurturing Read More Vision Realized Isaak Kornelsen Memorial Parklet By Kyle Witiw Just over one year after Jonathan Behnke developed a vision for a parklet to memorialize former classmate Isaak Kornelsen his vision Read More Four wild but cheap ideas Edmonton can introduce right now to protect cyclists By Tim Querengesser Cycling in downtown Edmonton is a bit like jogging with bulls Each time you re nearly crushed riding atop your velo you wonder Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing

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  • Curiosities Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    rendering created by Michael Zabinski The image is fictional and does not serve as official material for the Blatchford Read More A Partial History of A Roadway Plan 524R By Trent Portigal An odd shaped lot about twelve hundred square metres in size and located just north of 76 Avenue in Mill Creek Ravine South was Read More Designing through a Cultural Discourse in Conversation with Douglas Cardinal By Olivia Fung A few weeks ago I had the greatest pleasure of sharing a conversation with one of Canada s most well known architects Douglas Read More Nîkânîw Edmonton s Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program By Kyle Witiw I would like to extend a personal thanks to the Aboriginal Elders program leaders youth participants and all others who have been Read More 10 urban interventions that made Edmonton shine in 2014 By Paul Giang Editor s note I know it s a bit late to be posting a 2014 review but whatever Spacing Edmonton s blog was Read More This Is Edmonton West Edmonton Mall By Tom Young For a building of relatively few storeys West Edmonton Mall has cast a surprisingly long shadow over the city It has often been Read More An Inhabitable Space By Olivia Fung Nested in a small industrial district just south of Whyte Ave Mike Lam s industrial design studio embodies a remarkable supply Read More Lake Sturgeon Nemêw Buffalo of the Water By Paul Giang Unlike the river valley I feel as though not many Edmontonians have a strong connection to the North Saskatchewan River We do not Read More Let it snow Winter and city building By Paul Giang Despite the pain of plowing through roads and sidewalks snow can be very useful In fact its presence is critical to the survival of Read

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  • Architecture Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Edmonton with a visit by professor Robert Bruegmann from the University of Illinois at Read More Architorture The Glass Box By Paul Giang Drawing by David Holdsworth Read More Designing through a Cultural Discourse in Conversation with Douglas Cardinal By Olivia Fung A few weeks ago I had the greatest pleasure of sharing a conversation with one of Canada s most well known architects Douglas Read More Edmonton s Got a Fever By Kyle Witiw Tall buildings are all the rage in Edmonton these days It seems the flood gates have opened on a new tall building frenzy the likes Read More Vision Realized Isaak Kornelsen Memorial Parklet By Kyle Witiw Just over one year after Jonathan Behnke developed a vision for a parklet to memorialize former classmate Isaak Kornelsen his vision Read More A City of Design By Paul Giang Author s note I am mixed on the proposed redesign of the Stanley Milner I believe that there are improvements demonstrated in Read More Prairie Urbanism Modernism By Paul Giang Graphic Illustration by Jeff Robson Read More The Paramount Importance of Spring Cleaning By Kyle Witiw Spring is here at last The season of rebirth renewal and demolition Yes It seems that here in Edmonton spring has not Read More Tomb for the Living By Paul Giang Exerpt from Connect2Edmonton by thirdstone inc site design concept lead for the Muttart s plaza and courtyard addition Read More The First and Original CN Tower By Paul Giang Excerpt from Capital Modern The 26 storey CN Tower opened February 14 1966 and was Canada s tallest building west of Toronto It was Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The Scale of Two Cities Schools and Parks I

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  • Traffic Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Cars By Tom Young A recent opinion piece in the Calgary Herald claiming that the City of Calgary is ignoring the plight of Read More Look Both Ways Crosswalk design vs data By The Yards Originally published in the winter 2014 issue of The Yards Written by Tim Querengesser Ask the employees of Earls Tin Palace and Read More VIDEO Downtown is for people Isn t it By Tom Young Edmonton has been making great strides in downtown lately The Arena District has been stealing many of the headlines but it is Read More Four wild but cheap ideas Edmonton can introduce right now to protect cyclists By Tim Querengesser Cycling in downtown Edmonton is a bit like jogging with bulls Each time you re nearly crushed riding atop your velo you wonder Read More Whither the urban car lot By Tim Querengesser David Mussell the general manager of Don Wheaton Motors on Edmonton s Whyte Avenue says the tendency for car dealerships is to Read More Induced Demand How Edmonton Can Undermine Its LRT Investment By Kyle Witiw The proposed widening of 75th Street to six lanes as part of the southeast LRT project was recently discussed in an article in the Read More It s time to quit hating on pedways By Tim Querengesser Pedways have been built in cities around the world for the same reason weather Most in places like Hong Kong Singapore and Taipei Read More Paved with good intentions By sam singh Changing Lanes Visions and Histories of Urban Freeways Authors Joseph F C DiMento and Cliff Ellis The MIT Press To urbanist Read More Circular History By Erik Backstrom Traffic circles are a distinctive part of Edmonton s history Common in Europe circles were rare in North America especially out Read More Post

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  • Bikes Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    War on Cars By Tom Young A recent opinion piece in the Calgary Herald claiming that the City of Calgary is ignoring the plight of Read More Bike Collisions in Edmonton By Matthew Dance Introduction On November 26 2014 the Edmonton Bike Coalition presented to Edmonton s City Council in support of the Read More Vision Realized Isaak Kornelsen Memorial Parklet By Kyle Witiw Just over one year after Jonathan Behnke developed a vision for a parklet to memorialize former classmate Isaak Kornelsen his vision Read More Four wild but cheap ideas Edmonton can introduce right now to protect cyclists By Tim Querengesser Cycling in downtown Edmonton is a bit like jogging with bulls Each time you re nearly crushed riding atop your velo you wonder Read More Sense of Place in the River Valley through Cycling By Keegan Brooks While talking with my friend one night after an autumn bike ride through the River Valley he said Edmonton would be the worst place Read More Bike in for Better Infrastructure By Derek Robinson Co authored by Leslie Bush Shannon LeBlanc On June 29 a group of citizens going by the name of Strathcona Complete Streets Read More Edmonton s urbanism headlines April 14 to 27 By Lana Cuthbertson ARCHITECTURE URBAN DEVELOPMENT Edmonton Civic Precinct plan dumped Edmonton Journal REGIONAL ISSUES Bad planning Edmonton Read More Remembering Isaak One student s vision for a temporary public space memorial By Kyle Witiw On August 27 2012 the Edmonton cycling community was shaken by the death of Isaak Kornelsen A member of the University of Alberta Read More Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts The Scale of Two Cities Schools and Parks I A History of Sharing This Is Edmonton Whyte At Night Part

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  • Walking Archives - Spacing Edmonton
    Originally published in the winter 2014 issue of The Yards Written by Tim Querengesser Ask the employees of Earls Tin Palace and Read More VIDEO Downtown is for people Isn t it By Tom Young Edmonton has been making great strides in downtown lately The Arena District has been stealing many of the headlines but it is Read More This Is Edmonton River Valley Colours By Owen Murray The North Saskatchewan River Valley is unquestionably Edmonton s gem hidden in plain sight For those of us who live on one Read More Four wild but cheap ideas Edmonton can introduce right now to protect cyclists By Tim Querengesser Cycling in downtown Edmonton is a bit like jogging with bulls Each time you re nearly crushed riding atop your velo you wonder Read More Place Identity and Public Consultation By Matthew Dance Edmonton is currently undergoing a massive transformation that includes a redesigned downtown core the annexation of land to the Read More Wayfinding in Edmonton is about to get easier By Paul Giang Cross posted from Mack Male s Mastermaq blog See the full post here for more coverage on the Edmonton Wayfinding Group Read More Induced Demand How Edmonton Can Undermine Its LRT Investment By Kyle Witiw The proposed widening of 75th Street to six lanes as part of the southeast LRT project was recently discussed in an article in the Read More Retail Spaces Sell Cities By Peter West Most denizens visitors and armchair urbanists casually acquainted with the works of Jane Jacobs would agree that the City of Read More It s time to quit hating on pedways By Tim Querengesser Pedways have been built in cities around the world for the same reason weather Most in places like Hong Kong Singapore and Taipei Read More Post

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