Just as Covid-19 immediately revealed inequities in our communities last year, now we can see issues of equity within buildings.
Over the past year, I have been on a learning binge. In 2020, I absorbed so much professional continuing education that I accumulated almost 7 times the number of hours that Architects need in a year because, well, lockdown. And every conference went virtual, which was great because I could "go to" conferences that I… Continue reading Friday faves: Podcasts
Inspired by...signs of spring, vaccinations, safe reopening, supporting local. Breathe and be well.
Wishing you happiness, health, and joy in 2021.
Vauban, an innovative "green" neighbourhood in Freiburg, Germany. Travel is one of the things that I miss the most, as we here in the US and in many other countries are struggling to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. I miss my family and friends in Canada. I missed spending our wedding anniversary once again in… Continue reading Travel Diary: Vauban
Charlotte Perriand's contributions to Architecture & Design have not received the attention they deserve. Several books have been written about her, including her autobiography, but her story is still not well known. Neither are the stories of many of her contemporaries who also carved out a place in the design professions at a time when… Continue reading Monday morning inspiration