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Derrick 🚶🏻‍♂️ Aug 16
Replying to @derrickSLC
As designers, planners, developers, decision-makers, we should be informed about and encouraging design at a . To be discussed at the beginning of every project is vital, as these decisions have such a long-term impact on our built environment. 🌳🏡🌳🚲
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David Gibson Aug 16
The art & practice of creating & developing communities across should be about building communities that are healthy, vibrant & sustainable. planning must respect the environment, honor local history & context, & establish a shared vision for the future.
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Christopher Tyler Burks 12h
and guide us along the passages we walk, set up the places we meet, and influence the feelings we experience. When the serves the ,…
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Jude Sherry 13h
great thread on the historic consensus of "walkable beauty, variety in a pattern, mixed use with a sense of place, street trees, narrow plots and clear urban blocks" to make I hope appreciates what it has and retains a height
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David Gibson Aug 16
This is a critical election issue about how for expediency sake rejects planning rules at the expense of with a model that perpetuates homelessness. 1st order of business for new Council is to reject mega shelter for
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Dorothea Volpe Aug 15
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Dan Cuellar Aug 14
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Dan Cuellar Aug 14
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David Gibson Aug 14
The Victorian era charity shelter model proposed by & in was misinformed for political expediency sake. You actually need housing to achieve sobriety & stability, not the other way around-evidence= & &
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Dan Cuellar Aug 14
República de 🇨🇺 79 @ Mexico City, Mexico
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cheryl mootoo Aug 14
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WarehouseofFixtures Aug 14
Check out Humanscale 950 5G Standard Compact Single/Dual Mouse Keyboard Tray via
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David Gibson Aug 13
What if we could as frame planning solutions collaboratively in a way that inspires us to take action– neighborhood by neighborhood, family by family, person by person? planning looks at the intersection of health, well-being & urban design
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David Gibson Aug 13
I think what Ottawa needs more than anything else is a mirror. It needs to look at the realities of what the citizens are asking for - transparency & inclusion. Ottawa has immense capacities to build from. What we need more of is a belief that
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Aero Ulep-Salazar Aug 12
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alex_mayorga Aug 11
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Susan Chapelle Aug 10
If you look closely, there is a boy helping his little sister learn to ride a scooter. Odd human scale with the massive condo architecture and public art.
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Valeria Ledezma Aug 10
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Dan Cuellar Aug 10
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Dan Cuellar Aug 10
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