Instead of new construction, the proposal unearths 13th century cellars and utilizes incremental developments to reunite disjointed functions within the square.
The Habitat for Humanity neighborhood is designed as a sponge to work in accord with existing hydrological drainage, catchment, and recharge patterns.
This regional rail study is the first step in helping Northwest Arkansas envision smart growth development opportunities through context-responsive transportation planning.
The project addresses the departure of artists from Fayetteville with below market-rate housing for those who could not otherwise afford to live in the downtown.
Identifiable arboreal spatial arrangements like allées, bosques, hammocks, and groves form outdoor rooms to create a living educational center at Little Rock's Two Rivers Park.
This investigation designs the interface between the public realm and the algorithms by which the discount retail industry has become a dominant economic force.
Without land-use zoning, the challenge is to devise alternative plans and form-based codes for a town without the capacity to progressively shape its growth.