The Golden State Warriors’ privately financed arena in San Francisco reflects the moneyed interests of big tech.
Tightening The Belt
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is tying the world together—but what’s the end game?
Stalled California housing bill could give architects chance to redesign the state’s cities
The quality of design that follows the passage of the next version of SB 50 will, without exaggeration, determine the look, feel, and function of California cities for at least the next generation.
Jane Jacobs: 100 and Timeless as Ever
This is not your grandmother’s city. But it may yet be.
New Faces in Long Beach
Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio rethinks a neglected Long Beach corner.
Life After Wartime
The VA retained the Los Angeles office of HOK to draft a preliminary master plan to optimize the use of all 388 acres, with a particular focus on serving homeless veterans.
Making By Seeing: New (and old) visualization tools change the face of landscape architecture
Visioning exercises, in which designer-activists seek to change the public’s thinking about a landscape, if not to change the place itself, are blurring the lines between technology and earth and between designer and public.
LAX renovation gains momentum with Terminal 5.
Nosh Urbanism: Anaheim Packing House
Reimagined packinghouse centers Anaheim’s new “Foodie District.”
Train station renovation kicks off downtown redevelopment.