February 27, 2005 

Milwaukee Public Market

Tapping into a growing downtown population, the Milwaukee Public Market will be brilliant in innumerable ways: Stimulating and enriching urban life, promoting locally grown produce, creating jobs and opportunity and encouraging healthy eating. The market will also make use of... [read on...]

Posted at 10:40 PM

 February 26, 2005 

Air Car!

Barcelona: Forget hydrogen. How would you like a vehicle that costs next to nothing to operate and produces no pollution? The AirCar is powered by nothing but a tank of compressed air which can keep it chugging along for as... [read on...]

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 February 21, 2005 

Lamps from Recycled Traffic Lights

San Francisco: Greenlight Concepts has raised the bar on what it means to be brilliant: All over the US, cities are replacing traffic lights with super-efficient LED models. But what becomes of the old lights? Natually, they wind up in... [read on...]

Posted at 01:32 PM

 February 19, 2005 

Wodden (Potentially Sustainable) Keyboards

Somewhere in Japan: If I could read Japanese, I'd know for sure if the wood used in this novel keyboard was actually sustainable or not. The point of this post is not to judge that - rather it illustrates... [read on...]

Posted at 12:57 PM

 February 14, 2005 

Hidden Supermarkets - Albertsons on Fulton/Masonic

San Francsico: For many years, the corner of Fulton and Masonic in San Francisco was blighted by an enormous surface parking lot and an ugly (if beloved) supermarket called Falleti's. Falleti's eventually closed which, though tragic for the family owned... [read on...]

Posted at 02:03 PM
Urban Planning