From Seattle to Shanghai

August 1, 2009

For the past few weeks we’ve been doing a lot of design and a little less researching as before. But, we’ve gotten some useful tips on successful public spaces happening under the highways. So from Seattle to Shanghai, here they are: Read the rest of this entry »


Land Bridge

June 21, 2009

Land Bridge Vancouver, Washington

A pedestrian bridge, crossing the highway near Fort Vancouver and the Columbia River provides a safe crossing, integrated with art and local history.  Part of the Confluence Project, and designed by architect/artist Maya Lin, the Land Bridge crosses over Highway 14 and railroad tracks, linking together two important historic sites. Along the bridge are places to sit and small kiosks illustrating various aspects of local Native American history.