Landscape architects in Europe are doing really innovative things with pavers. Some recent urban plaza projects from Amsterdam, Copenhagen, and Barcelona show the visual effects achievable with bold paving patterns.
Planning and land development analyst Ed McMahon looks at ways in which communities -- large and small -- can succeed. In today's first installment, McMahon speaks of the importance of having a vision for the future.
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I would be holding back if I didn't concede that I am really excited about my new book. The manuscript has been completed, the images selected; it's now in the editing stage. In People Habitat: 25 Ways to Think about...
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