old bridge

Posted on Dec 6, 2010 in Atlanta, landscape, transportation, urbanism | 3 Comments

Before China, there was Atlanta. Though the history of the world and the archaeological record suggests otherwise, my personal sense of geography indicates that this is in fact the case. I lived in Atlanta for five years and if Wednesday’s interview was a success, it is entirely possible and easy to imagine that I will ...

new bridge

Posted on Nov 20, 2010 in architecture, milwaukee, transportation, urbanism | 3 Comments

I am not Amish. Nor am I farmer. My opportunities for a good old-fashioned barn raising are slim but I would like to participate in one at some point in my life. Studying architecture has perhaps brought me a little bit closer, but the imaginary future barn I am likely to create might turn out ...

did i post this already?

Here’s a video to go along with a post from a few days or weeks ago…I can’t really remember if I posted this already and I’m too lazy to look it up right now. I apologize if it’s a rerun but you get what you pay for. The crazy light-up bridge in a shopping district ...