Mind the Gap

I spent the last several years on an extended tangent exploring land use policy, the dynamics of a shifting economic and political landscape, and popular interpretations of how things should be. I’ve come to a peculiar set of conclusions and it’s not what I expected. We have a collection of rules, regulations, social expectations, and … Continue reading Mind the Gap

Mattressland

I recently bought a new mattress. What could this possibly have to do with architecture, urban form, economics, or society? Humor me for a minute. In years past I would have dreaded the transaction. Driving out along an eight lane arterial to a series of chain mattress stores or going to a department store in … Continue reading Mattressland