Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park.  Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park. 

Ten photos from Tempelhofer Feld, once the primary airport for Berlin and now a renovated urban park. 

Underrated aspect of the Copenhagen food scene - the late-night kebab shacks in Nørrebro. 

This is how we fight for parking in Copenhagen. 

I’m fascinated by how cities and urban designers make use of public space. When planners talk of revitalizing communities, communal areas and parks go a long way into making those areas feel more livable. 
On a bike ride along Nørrebrogade, I came across Superkilen park, a celebrated new park/public space built not only to revitalize the area, but to reflect the neighbourhood’s distinct multicultural character. The wedge-shaped park is divided into three different colour schemes (Red Square, Black Market, and Green Park), with each space serving a unique purpose. The photos above come from Red Square, which includes such amenities as swinging benches, venues for public concerts, and rainbow-hued bike locks. There’s even old Soviet-era street signs that pay homage to the original Red Square in Moscow. 
Nørrebro has had some social challenges weaving in all the different minority groups in harmony. And a 750m park isn’t a magic bullet to the neighbourhood’s problem. But it’s an innovative step in the process.  I’m fascinated by how cities and urban designers make use of public space. When planners talk of revitalizing communities, communal areas and parks go a long way into making those areas feel more livable. 
On a bike ride along Nørrebrogade, I came across Superkilen park, a celebrated new park/public space built not only to revitalize the area, but to reflect the neighbourhood’s distinct multicultural character. The wedge-shaped park is divided into three different colour schemes (Red Square, Black Market, and Green Park), with each space serving a unique purpose. The photos above come from Red Square, which includes such amenities as swinging benches, venues for public concerts, and rainbow-hued bike locks. There’s even old Soviet-era street signs that pay homage to the original Red Square in Moscow. 
Nørrebro has had some social challenges weaving in all the different minority groups in harmony. And a 750m park isn’t a magic bullet to the neighbourhood’s problem. But it’s an innovative step in the process.  I’m fascinated by how cities and urban designers make use of public space. When planners talk of revitalizing communities, communal areas and parks go a long way into making those areas feel more livable. 
On a bike ride along Nørrebrogade, I came across Superkilen park, a celebrated new park/public space built not only to revitalize the area, but to reflect the neighbourhood’s distinct multicultural character. The wedge-shaped park is divided into three different colour schemes (Red Square, Black Market, and Green Park), with each space serving a unique purpose. The photos above come from Red Square, which includes such amenities as swinging benches, venues for public concerts, and rainbow-hued bike locks. There’s even old Soviet-era street signs that pay homage to the original Red Square in Moscow. 
Nørrebro has had some social challenges weaving in all the different minority groups in harmony. And a 750m park isn’t a magic bullet to the neighbourhood’s problem. But it’s an innovative step in the process. 

I’m fascinated by how cities and urban designers make use of public space. When planners talk of revitalizing communities, communal areas and parks go a long way into making those areas feel more livable. 

On a bike ride along Nørrebrogade, I came across Superkilen park, a celebrated new park/public space built not only to revitalize the area, but to reflect the neighbourhood’s distinct multicultural character. The wedge-shaped park is divided into three different colour schemes (Red Square, Black Market, and Green Park), with each space serving a unique purpose. The photos above come from Red Square, which includes such amenities as swinging benches, venues for public concerts, and rainbow-hued bike locks. There’s even old Soviet-era street signs that pay homage to the original Red Square in Moscow. 

Nørrebro has had some social challenges weaving in all the different minority groups in harmony. And a 750m park isn’t a magic bullet to the neighbourhood’s problem. But it’s an innovative step in the process. 

The perfect weekend to get outdoors in B.C.  The perfect weekend to get outdoors in B.C.  The perfect weekend to get outdoors in B.C.  The perfect weekend to get outdoors in B.C.  The perfect weekend to get outdoors in B.C.  The perfect weekend to get outdoors in B.C.  The perfect weekend to get outdoors in B.C. 

Just had a batch of black and whites developed from Tofino. Missing its rugged charms, even as we enjoy a ridiculous stretch of sunny weather here in Vancouver.

sachi-wick:

Vancouver Canucks vs. Anaheim Ducks, January 19, 2013.

Hockey’s back. All is right in Canada now.