Articles


Los Angeles Magazine
December 9, 2016
Some of L.A.'s wealthiest philanthropists and foundations are setting their sights on solving the city's most chronic social dilemma -- providing housing for those without it. But even the mega-donors can't tackle the problem on their own.
Los Angeles Magazine
December 9, 2016
Philanthropy is on the rise, but we have a ways to go to reach pre-recession levels of generosity.
Curbed
December 7, 2016
As a city evolves, so must its zoning rules
Curbed
November 16, 2016
The design of our spaces can heal us, hurt us, and alter the way we think.
Architect
November 14, 2016
A new dorm building for a Japanese university.
Ensia
October 19, 2016
Urban rewilding is about conservation, but it’s also about reconnecting people with the natural world.
The Guardian
September 27, 2016
It’s a traditional complaint about urban life: there’s never anywhere to park. But in the 21st century, do cities actually need less parking space, not more?
Los Angeles Magazine
September 12, 2016
Even if they make it worse in the short run.
The Guardian
August 30, 2016
‘Philanthropy lab’ People’s Liberty is funding individuals with smart ideas to benefit Cincinnati, in the hope of finding a new generation of local civic leaders.
Curbed
August 3, 2016
For Olympic host cities, wins and losses last forever