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December 21, 2017

Pedestrians walk on a red signal, if traffic is slow

Imagine walking downtown on 6th Avenue between G Street and H Street towards the Performing Arts Center...

August 23, 2017

"tourists carry bags"

The street is a thoroughfare for advertising. From busses to sidewalk signs, storefronts, and especially shopping bags. The shopping ba...

August 11, 2017

The Counterpart to the Urban Everyday is the Urban Waterway

Adding to my post about urban parks in Anchorage, I'd like to highlight another use: the urban la...

July 12, 2017

The counterpart to the urban every day is the urban park

Consider that the whole of Anchorage is made up of different identifiable spaces. Each space serves...

June 12, 2017

Small, specialized shops are essential to maintaining a district's vitality

Item number 33 in the book of Urban Code states that 'small, specialized shops ar...

May 30, 2017

Familiar chain stores are landmarks

Have you ever tried to meet someone downtown and after trying to explain directions give up and spout out a local landmar...

May 24, 2017

Imagine this town square full of people: I took this on a quiet morning, but just wait things are happening!

So excited! After my latest Urban Code study #64...

May 20, 2017

Public squares and niches create positive outside spaces

With the development of the downtown Performing Arts Center in the mid 1980s land was set aside dire...

May 15, 2017

"Street vendors facilitate pedestrian movement."

When the angle of the summer sun begins to rise in the sky Anchorage's food vendors slowly start to populate...

May 8, 2017

"No Entrance is the same as any other entrance."

Storefronts serve a viable purpose to the livelihood of a city. They provide a face to an economic entity, b...

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My mind is imprinted with buildings, details, and problem solving as a result of my training and profession in Architecture. In a dimension parallel to Architecture I never stop thinking about food. One of the beauties of designing Architecture is that it is never done. I think this is a direct indication of the creative & competitive workings of the brain. The designer is never finished, always looking to improvement, changes, and criticism. The next best high. I feel that way about food too. The cook is never done, always looking for the next best. But, like Architecture, the cooking process must come to an end so that people may enjoy. The mind however continues in a mad rush of processes. Winding through neural pathways, moving on to the next design challenge.

Quick posts on two of the things I love: Food and Architecture. 

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