Came across an article in Fast Company about how New Story is building an entire 3D-printed community in Tabasco, Mexico. The 2-bedroom, 500-square-foot units create housing for those who previously lived in shacks—and each one takes a mere “several days” to build. https://youtu.be/PbgCu0aUobE It’s not clear who’s paying for these—and how the cost savings break…… Continue reading Is New Story’s 3D-printed community the future of housing? Maybe—if they tackle climate too
What planning students find valuable about grad school
Directional findings about what my classmates are getting out of our masters’ program.
Racial gaps in homeownership haven’t changed in 20 years
Pretty astonishing graph from my professor/Terner Center compatriot Carolina Reid’s 2014 book chapter, “The Promises and Pitfalls of Homeownership.”
Marsh Realities: Economic advancement and environmental destruction on Toronto’s waterfront
A century ago, the Port Lands didn’t exist. The story of what came before, what’s being done now to remake them, and governments’ prioritization of planning and funding for the area is another chapter in Canada’s long history of environmental destruction and anti-Indigenous colonial systemic violence.