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How to Design Queer-Inclusive Cities

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Most people might not usually think of public space as being gendered, but this is how scholars of the built environment increasingly talk about it. In many countries, the architecture profession is largely male and white. That results in a design approach that privileges the male perspective, from licensing regimes that favor heterosexual male drinking […]
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Podcast: Putting City Character in Context

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This week we’re joined once again by author Chuck Wolfe to talk about his book “Sustaining a City’s Culture and Character.”  We talk about sustainable travel and the “character” and “authenticity” of places.  We also talk in detail about the importance of context when considering planning for the future. For those of you who prefer […]
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