News, ideas, and commentary about urbanism in the Mile High City
Every weekday of the month The Grid is your destination for blogs related to architecture, engineering, environmental non-profits, landscape architecture, and urban planning.
From downtown lofts to suburban office parks, Property Scope focuses on topics including real estate, development, architecture and historic preservation in Knoxville and East Tennessee.
The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate seeks to advance real estate knowledge, inform business practice, and address timely issues that affect the real estate industry, the urban economy, and public poli
Urban Omnibus is an online project of the Architectural League that explores, through multi-media features and online commentary, the relationship between design of all disciplines and the built envir
The blog of AIA's weekly publication for architects.
infrastructures / networks / environments
Place, Space, & Identity
architectural conjecture :: urban speculation :: landscape futures
Public Art, Public Space
This site is maintained by Enrique Ramirez, currently a Ph.D student in History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University.
Digital Urban is written by Dr Andrew Hudson-Smith, aimed at examining the latest techniques to visualise the city scape via digital media it covers a lot of the work going on at the Centre for Advanc
Pushing the green limits of sustainable design, buildings and communities.
Building the new science of urbanism.
With urban planning under attack from all sides and yet unlimited
urbanization now pervasive, the paradigmatic crisis of urbanism is at its
Thoughts on Urban Planning and Design by Pratik Mhatre, a doctoral student in the Urban and Regional Science program at Texas A&M University, College Station.