Designing Indian Country
Suppose Native America is not over, that there is no “after colonialism.” How do we create public spaces that enable true contact between cultures?
From Architecture to Landscape
Landscape architects have begun to venture from the confines of garden, park, and plaza into more adventurous practice. Now the field needs a new name: landscape science.
Who’s Your Data?
A city is not a BMW. You can’t drive it without knowing how it works.
Mapping’s Intelligent Agents
How do machine intelligences read and write the world? And what Other intelligences deserve our attention?
A City Is Not a Computer
This seems an obvious truth, but we need to say it loud and clear. Urban intelligence is more than information processing.
Methodolatry and the Art of Measure
The new wave of urban data science (and solutionism) is trending toward an obsession with data-for-data’s-sake and an idolization of method.
The Multilevel Metropolis
Urban skyways have radically altered the form and spatial logic of cities around the world, from Minneapolis to Calgary to Hong Kong.