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  • Infrastructure Archives | Page 2 of 6 | Spacing
    Carlton Reid Island Press 2015 There has been a lot of discussion recently around getting more cyclists on the roads be it Read More Atlantic Small is Beautiful Dartmouth s Findlay Centre and the new Master Plan By Sam Austin Dartmouth With summer at an end public consultation for Halifax s new Community Facilities Master Plan CFMP is underway Read More Edmonton Late Night Transit Service Essential for City s Ambitious Goals By Vincent Puhakka Edmonton in many ways has been a public transit pioneer in North America most importantly through the introduction of North America s Read More Book Review Timber in the City Design and Construction in Mass Timber By Jeremy Senko Author Andrew Bernheimer Oro Editions 2015 About two and a half years ago I had the opportunity in my last year of University to Read More Vancouver EVENT City Conversations Federal Election Forum on Urban Issues Oct 1 By Spacing With over 80 of the Canadian population now living in urban areas it is time for a national conversation on key issues that affect Read More Vancouver Intersection Repair Pender St Abbott St By Slow Streets According to ICBC data between 2009 and 2013 almost 4 000 people across Vancouver were struck by vehicles while walking or cycling Read More Toronto GARDINER EAST Using the rail corridor to crack the highway riddle By John Lorinc The Gardiner East Follies returns for yet another extended run at City Hall beginning on Tuesday morning when city officials present Read More Investing in Cycling in Scarborough By Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank This post by Marvin Macaraig Ph D is part of Spacing s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think Do Tank at the University Read More Results Driven Land Use Planning By Slow Streets In North America

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  • Video Vancouver: Circa 1948 - Spacing Vancouver
    storyworld co created by the National Film Board of Canada s award winning Digital Studio in Vancouver and internationally acclaimed artist Stan Douglas This expansive artistic universe has been developed in two primary interactive formats a 3D art app for iPad and iPhone and a projection mapped installation Circa 1948 is a bold extension of Stan Douglas s historically based recombinant storytelling into the interactive world The experimental nature of Circa 1948 is an attempt to evolve a new visual and narrative language with the project making use of emerging technologies to offer multiple entry points into an imagined world created using photorealistic 3D illustrations based on Douglas s extensive historical research Circa 1948 takes audiences on a nonlinear journey of discovery through two vibrant communities struggling in a time of unforgiving change an old hotel in Vancouver s affluent West Side squatted by homeless war veterans or the muddy streets of the ethnically diverse Hogan s Alley in the working class East Side populated by racial minorities gamblers prostitutes and corrupt police officers Details When September 18 October 16 Tuesday Friday 1 7 pm Saturday Sunday 1 5 pm Where Westbank Woodward s Atrium at Abbott and Cordova Street Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Related Posts City of Vancouver Homeless Count 2015 Book Review Fantastic Cities A Coloring Book of Amazing Places Real and Imagined Vaudeville Vancouver An Interview with Tom Carter Identifying Intangible Heritage Values for Vancouver s Chinatown Tweet More posts by Yuri Artibise Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine

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  • Video Vancouver: SLIP | Subway Dancers - Spacing Vancouver
    Transit Urban Design Walking Waterfront Region Topic Film Video Comments 0 Tweet Video Vancouver SLIP Subway Dancers September 1 2015 By Yuri Artibise SLIP PhillipChbeeb Renee Kester ElliotMossMusic Everyone will tell you it is hard to let go of pain and it is Since we are children we have been told to embrace the best of our experiences disregard the worst But what happens when the most beautiful memories from our past end up doing the most damage to our future Subscribe to Mag Share Post Tweet Post Buy Merch andise Related Posts Video Vancouver Our Story Our Future Video Vancouver The Finish Line Video Vancouver Skytrain Conductor Video Vancouver Introducing Subway Symphony Tweet More posts by Yuri Artibise Neither the author nor Spacing necessarily agrees with posted comments Spacing reserves the right to edit or delete comments entirely See our Comment Policy Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts EVENTS 42nd Annual Circle Craft Christmas Market November 11 15 2015 Urban Planets Kids Cars and Cognitive Mapping Solving The Housing Crisis at

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  • Curiosities Archives | Page 2 of 4 | Spacing
    so many of its Read More Vancouver Video Vancouver The Finish Line By Yuri Artibise Featuring the beautiful Vancouver and some of its lovely people this little movie is about love nature life and Vancouver Read More Toronto Happy birthday to the Toronto streetcar system By Chris Bateman There are perhaps few things more symbolic of Toronto than its streetcars For more than 150 years surface rail has formed the Read More Toronto Dead rail lines lost streets and more Toronto oddities By Chris Bateman There s a couple of new lofts at the southeast corner of Carlaw and Dundas The courtyard between the two buildings curves Read More Vancouver Visual Thoughts 57 By Erick Villagomez Last VT image View from Jericho Beach Vancouver BC Erick Villagomez is one of the founding editors at Spacing Vancouver He is Read More Toronto The Toronto link to America s bloodiest serial killer By Chris Bateman The bodies of the children were buried under the cellar floor In a gloomy crawlspace beneath the home at 16 St Vincent St near Read More Book Review From The Stacks Reservoir By Elle Ziegler Photos by Bas Princen edited by Moritz Kung Hatje Cantz 2011 There is no unexplored territory left on this earth Our species Read More Porch Parade By Sean Ruthen Summer is the time to get outdoors and in the same spirit as the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London s Hyde Park the City of Read More Vancouver Video Vancouver Introducing Subway Symphony By Yuri Artibise Subway Symphony is turning New York subway turnstile beeps into music More Read More Ottawa Image of the Moment Northern Lights Parliament sound light show By Spacing Image The original Centre Block facade superimposed onto today s structure and Peace Tower Opening night of Northern Read More

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  • Politics Archives | Page 2 of 5 | Spacing
    politics By John Lorinc As the federal election stumbles towards a weary conclusion it may not be an overstatement to say this contest will long be Read More Toronto LORINC Why this Canadian election is like no other By John Lorinc As Stephen Harper s Conservatives inflict their limbic system politics on voters who are somehow unable to see themselves as pawns in Read More Vancouver EVENT Who Governs in a Minority October 7 By Spacing SFU Centre for Dialogue and The Vancouver Sun present IT S A MINORITY WHO GETS TO GOVERN Are you confused by recent statements by Read More Atlantic Small is Beautiful 2 The Findlay Meeting By Sam Austin Dartmouth On Tuesday night at Halifax s Community Facilities Master Plan CFMP consultation in front of around 100 concerned Read More Vancouver Just Who Is Vancouver s Top Planner Calling a Hater By Spacing Guest contributor Patrick Condon As reported widely this past couple of weeks Vancouver s top planner Brian Jackson is Read More Toronto Toronto flirts with participatory budgeting By Alexandra Flynn This fall Toronto residents not bureaucrats or politicians will decide if the city adds benches along Danforth Avenue lighting Read More Vancouver EVENT City Conversations Federal Election Forum on Urban Issues Oct 1 By Spacing With over 80 of the Canadian population now living in urban areas it is time for a national conversation on key issues that affect Read More Atlantic Financing Halifax s Elections Part 3 Options By Sam Austin In Part One of Financing Halifax s Elections I explored how political campaign contributions can be problematic due to the potential Read More Atlantic Financing Halifax s Elections Part 2 The Developers By Sam Austin HALIFAX Where did Halifax s current 16 councillors get the cash for their 2012 campaigns To

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  • UrbSanity: Embracing Change - Spacing Ottawa
    surrounding area It also added a considerable amount of new housing stock in areas the Glebe and Ottawa South that are defined by their established neighborhoods Also like Lansdowne just steps from the canal is another landmark that received a major facelift in recent years The transformative design by BBB Architects of the Ottawa Conference Centre now known as the Shaw Centre is now a statement piece of the downtown core The convex glass façade was at the time a new addition to the Ottawa design aesthetic and a welcome change Neighboring the new Conference Centre the Rideau Centre shopping mall is nearing the completion of a 360 million redevelopment project with rejuvenated presence on Rideau Street and an overhaul of the interior spaces most noticeable to date is the food court Looking ahead to some significant projects that will further reshape the urban landscape of Ottawa one can t help but think about 3 projects in particular the Arts Court Ottawa Art Gallery redevelopment and expansion the ZIBI development of the Domtar lands on Chaudiere and Albert Islands and perhaps most obvious the Light Rail Transit line The partnership between the City and developers in order to break ground on the Arts Court redevelopment will hopefully yield the next architectural landmark of the downtown core The proposal itself seems to offer something for everyone the Ottawa arts community will get a much larger gallery that will get to showcase local work in addition to its vast collection It also includes space for the creation and production of new work in addition to a Black box theatre for the University of Ottawa theatre program In addition to becoming another hub for Ottawa s creative community the building will be animated outside gallery hours with 12 storeys dedicated to a boutique hotel and the remaining 8 storeys of the tower to be sold as condos The redevelopment project designed by the joint venture team Barry Padolsky Inc Architects KPMB Architects is expected to open its doors in time to celebrate Canada s 150th birthday Just outside of the downtown core the ZIBI proposal also promises to be one of the most significant in Capital region once it gets under way Straddling Booth Street this redevelopment project will form part of the gateway between Ottawa and Gatineau This multi building proposal is an exercise in community creation as it must strike a balance between live work and play across the islands There is no doubt that this development will become an attraction for locals and tourists alike Lastly the expansion of light rail East and West passing through downtown and connecting to the North South Trillium line O Train is without question the biggest step forward in the evolution of the Ottawa It seems like we have waited forever for this and while we continue wait impatiently for the new transit line to open I like to think about what new opportunities lay in the future as a result of this project

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  • Spacing, Author at Spacing Ottawa
    Change is good Despite this most people myself included are hesitant about change because we are comfortable with what we have and Read More Architecture Ottawa Architecture Week 2015 The city is a house built by many hands The city is a house built by many hands This alone does not make Ottawa unique but as a place Ottawa is the most unique city in all Read More Streetscape Image of the Moment Bank Street underpass revamp Image Ottawa s Drew Mosley right and visiting mural artists Troy Lovegates and Felix Berube not pictured bringing some Read More Curiosities Urbabbles The LRT flaunts her speed While still a sort of figment of our collective imagination the soon to be LRT is already tooting her own horn Illustration Chanel Read More History Image of the Past Skating at Rideau Hall 1915 Image Skating Rideau Hall Location Rideau Hall Ottawa Canada Date of photo 1915 Photographer Source Basil Reid Library and Read More Events EVENT Ottawa Winter Spaces Walking Tour WHAT 7 Cities Winter Spaces Walking Tours Ottawa presented by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat WHEN Thursday Read More Culture Image of the Moment Canada s longest skating rink Image The Rideau Canal Skateway Location Rideau Canal between Argyle and Fifth Avenue Date of photo January 18 2015 Read More Photos Image of the Moment The Rideau River lets off a little steam Image The Rideau River lets off a little steam Location Rideau River Carleton University Ottawa Canada Date of photo January 5 Read More Post navigation Older posts Search Advertisement Spacing Magazine fall 2015 Order issue Subscribe In these stores Popular Posts UrbSanity Streetside spots new tactics for public space The history of the Ottawa subway Dreaming in colour The story behind Ottawa s world class transit

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  • Architecture Archives | Page 2 of 7 | Spacing
    TOUR OCTOBER 3 2015 Join artist and tour guide Emilie Crewe for a pleasant walk and Read More Toronto How the Eaton Centre nearly wrecked Old City Hall By Chris Bateman Ever since Toronto city council moved over the street in 1965 Toronto hasn t quite known what to do with Old City Hall The Read More Vancouver EVENT A Conversation with Brian Jackson about Heritage in Vancouver Oct 15 By Spacing When Thursday October 15 2015 6 30 8 30pm Where Committee Room 1 3rd Floor Vancouver City Hall 453 West 12th Avenue Tickets Read More Toronto Awe in the city By Dylan Reid The study of awe the kind of jaw dropping experience that makes you recalibrate your understanding of the world originated with Read More Call for submissions MAQ Young Critic in Architecture competition By Kristen Gagnon The Maison de l architecture du Québec is pleased to announce the fourth edition of the MAQ Young Critic in Architecture Read More Book Review Timber in the City Design and Construction in Mass Timber By Jeremy Senko Author Andrew Bernheimer Oro Editions 2015 About two and a half years ago I had the opportunity in my last year of University to Read More Vancouver Inclusive Cities A Tale of Two Revitalization Projects By ulduzmaschaykh For cities to be healthy and happy researchers have increasingly emphasized the importance of implementing inclusive cities 8211 Read More Ottawa EVENTS 2015 16 Ottawa Design Lecture Series By Kristen Gagnon With September marking the start of a new academic year the past weeks have seen the announcement of multiple public design based Read More Ottawa Ottawa Architecture Week 2015 The city is a house built by many hands By Spacing The city is a house built by many hands This alone does not make

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