It would serve the CSUN campus, which generates 200,000 car trips weekly Los Angeles’s network of train and rapid bus lines has expanded immensely since the Blue Line opened in 1990. But there’s still one area the growing transit network has scarcely touched: the northern part of the San Fernando Valley. Show More Summary
At the bar prior to the Seattle Sounders home opener Sunday night, I was shocked when I looked over and saw the tail end of a Homelight television spot. Most recent: Older iteration: The smarter way to find a real estate agent. I get why they use that as the core tag line, though not sure it captures the imagination enough. Show More Summary
How 12 hours in the biggest Ikea in the U.S. destroyed my soul The country’s largest Ikea opened in Burbank, California, last month. At 456,600 square feet, twice the size of, and one mile away from, the old Burbank Ikea, this new store...Show More Summary
But smart design could mitigate the effects San Franciscans who stubbornly oppose upzoning height limits on new buildings may now have some neuroscience on their side, although the results of experiments that suggest human beings find...Show More Summary
Distil Networks is a hugely successful bot mitigation service that represents a number of leading classifieds portals in sectors such as property, automotive and recruitment.
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A personal practice I have done for over 20 years is called my Hour of Power. It is a time where I sit in my office every workday for one hour of uninterrupted time. I do this so that I can focus on key tasks that I need to do without ANY interruptions. I don’t […]
“Well, an old stump is good for sitting and resting” The kind of human interest story Bay Area folks lap up like small-batch almond milk, someone used a Sharpie to write a heartfelt poem on a recently cutdown tree near Lake Merritt. But not just any poem. Show More Summary
It’s at risk if it floods Since retiring to Long Beach in 1967, the Queen Mary has been one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Southern California. But an a new report obtained by the Long Beach Press Telegram revealsShow More Summary
And what did you accomplish today? While other kids were off playing Minecraft or reading Where the Red Fern Grows, affordable architecture savant Callie Hilton built her own solar-powered tiny house. The 10-year-old DIY architect used...Show More Summary
It could kill a $300 million plan to revitalize the city’s harbor On March 7, Los Angeles voters overwhelmingly rejected anti-development initiative Measure S, but in nearby Redondo Beach, similar slow-growth measure passed easily, gaining...Show More Summary
A “pigeon’s eye-view” of the town West Oakland doesn’t always get a lot of love from the rest of the Bay Area. Once, it was the terminus of the Transcontinental Railroad and the heart of the town’s working class. But neglect by the city...Show More Summary
Cornelia Oberlander, 95, and Harriet Pattinson, 88, began their careers when there were few women in design Cornelia Oberlander and Harriet Pattinson knew of each other long before they met: In a field with few female practitioners at the time, they were often told of “another” woman working in landscape architecture. Show More Summary
An explainer on the practicalities of a U.S.-Mexico border wall “SECURE THE BORDER! BUILD A WALL!” Like many of President Donald J. Trump’s policy pronouncements, his key campaign promise, the Mexican border wall, entered the world via an all-caps tweet on August 5, 2014. Show More Summary
Views of landmarks like Angels Flight and the Getty Center The verdict is certainly still out on whether drones should be seen as an exciting new technology or a serious threat to the survival of the human race, but they sure do provide...Show More Summary
I think it’s inevitable many cities will become more walkable than they are today. Here’s a Ted talk by Jeff Speck I watched this weekend that will give you some ideas on how that’s being done… The post 4 Ways to Make a City More Walkable appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.
Also boasts an elevator, deluxe screening room, and rooftop deck After spending an evening partaking in the pleasures of the Sunset Strip, getting papped as you fumble with your housekeys upon returning home is no way to cap off the night. Show More Summary
For the commercial property managers/investors reading, you may be interested in watching Enertiv‘s MetaProp NYC demo day presentation. They monitor and report on energy usage in real time in the commercial, multifamily and industrial space. (for those receiving this via email, the video is here) The post MetaProp NYC Demo: Enertiv appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.
Let’s talk acoustics In addition to writing about architecture for several publications, Kate Wagner has worked as a sound engineer with expertise in recording engineering, product development, and research. She is currently a graduate...Show More Summary
It’s called “Keeping up with the Catdashians” The world of cat-oriented design is heating up this year. A number of modular cat furniture systems have debuted lately, and next month, feline architecture will have its own showcase at Singapore Design Week. Show More Summary