San Diego — Labeling prominent local architect Robert Mosher a modernist, while valid, is only scratching the surface of his aesthetic.
Click on the link below for an interesting article by Marco R. della Cava for Ambassador Magazine (National Italian American Foundation) about the evolution and current relevance of urban “Little Italy” neighborhoods in the U.S. The article prominently features UrbDeZine panelist Marco Li Mandri due to his [Read more…] about Are Little Italys Making a Comeback? by Marco R. della Cava, Ambassador Magazine (NIAF)
Lets face it, the role of city planning throughout history has not always been to achieve Owen’s Utopia: “To come to an arrangement which is advantageous to everyone, within a system which will permit continued and unlimited technical improvement.” It’s more the case that cities have served man’s most pressing needs whether that is exchange, worship, security, water supply or simply the fact that humans are “social animals” as Aristotle noted. I would surmise that cities are a reflection of broad social movements of their time and that our environments are outcomes of social evolution. [Read more…] about A Quick History of Planning
Photography is one of those occupations we all have contemplated pursuing as an art form at one time or another – whether as a hobby or as a profession. Its a bit like singing. Down deep, there’s a musician in all of us. With photography, you see something that evokes an emotion or a feeling, and you want to capture and preserve it. [Read more…] about San Diego At Night by Steven Churchill