A lot of people care about road design, apparently... Earlier this week I attended the third in a series of public input sessions hosted by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to allow residents to express their support or concerns for the redesign of the Garland/Grand/Gaston (3G) intersection in East Dallas. Between 300 and 500 … Continue reading who cares about road design, anyway?
When I set out to start this blog a few years ago, I naively thought I would have a lot more free time on my hands once I finished with my architectural registration exams. However, that free time quickly filled with more responsibility at work, leading a committee at AIA Dallas, getting engaged and planning … Continue reading it has been awhile…
You've likely seen the colorful bikes scattered around the city. You've likely complained about the unorganized mess they have created. But, you've likely also been wanting better bike infrastructure in the city of Dallas. After I went to the "Let's Talk About Bike Share" event hosted by The Better Block Foundation this week I walked … Continue reading we talked about bike share.
Each day of our trip to New York City brought with it a new sense of invigorating excitement and wonder. Our fourth - and final - day in New York City did not disappoint and did not lack excitement. When I woke up on the final day, I truly had no idea what lay ahead. … Continue reading new york city – day four
I know, I know. It's almost been a year since my trip to New York City. But, life gets in the way and the blog project takes a back seat. Here's day three: For a third day in a row, we were graced with absolutely beautiful weather, which made the jam-packed agenda a little more … Continue reading new york city – day three
I've loved architecture and building since a young age, but my true first love will always be cars. My dad and I have visited the Dallas Auto Show since I was 4 years old, only missing a few years right after college. Lately, my friends and I regularly attend the local Cars & Coffee gathering. … Continue reading rolling architecture
I'll be the first to admit that it's been a busy start to twenty-seventeen. So, here's very late recap of day two of our trip to New York City: I awoke in New York City on our second day like a kid on Christmas morning; I was incredibly eager to see more of the city. … Continue reading new york city – day two