City models are one of the most powerful (and challenging) tools at the disposal of curators of the built environment.
This summer, I worked as an Exhibitions Intern at the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF). I had never been to Chicago before, so I spent my time in equal parts working on CAF projects, and trying to figure out what makes this metropolis of the Midwest tick.
Since I moved to Providence, I’ve admired its beautiful network of zebra crosswalks.
A blog post I wrote as part of The City Builder Book Club (organized by The Centre for City Ecology and Creative Urban Projects) went up this week!