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Tag Archives: Architecture
For those of you interested in cities, urbanism, placemaking, and Michigan make sure that you check out the new podcast page from the Michigan Municipal League. “Better Communities. Better Michigan. The Podcast!” is a new series that provides in depth … Continue reading
The Michigan Municipal League will be in Detroit all week for its annual convention. There will be a number of eye opening events that capture the spirit of the city and the challenges that it faces. Local officials from all … Continue reading
Congratulations to the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Michigan Historic Preservation Network upon publication of PUTTING THE RIGHT IN RIGHT-SIZING: A historic preservation case study. The report makes a great case for preservation as shrinking cities struggle to … Continue reading
“We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us.” – Winston Churchill Bear with me, please. Here goes… Most people tend to hang out with friends whose company they enjoy. Most people listen to music that personally moves them … Continue reading
“We recognize that physical solutions by themselves will not solve social and economic problems, but neither can economic vitality, community stability, and environmental health be sustained without a coherent and supportive physical framework.” -Jonathan Barnett, Charter for the New Urbanism … Continue reading