Okay, so I have not been updating this thing like I should. I started to put more effort into updating AAA’s presence on f*cebook, and ended up neglecting this website. Well, I’ve largely given up on the world’s premier social network, so here we are revisiting the missing greeting cards I make every year. Enjoy!June 24, 2020
Public transportation is an essential part of a vibrant city, and San Francisco has developed a uniquely diverse network of systems both antique and modern. Some are confused by this array of transportation options, so we have made this handy diagram to help people answer the question, “What am I riding on?”February 29, 2016
This foray into cartography illustrates the final decades of San Diego’s streetcar network as lines were eliminated and newer cars were introduced in an effort to stay in business. Randolph Ruiz made this map to illustrate an article on the use of streamlined PCC streetcars by the San Diego Electric Railway. In 1936, San Diego was the first western city to feature the then revolutionary streetcars. The map shows the…February 18, 2015
We have been working on a new residential project in the Oakland Hills and the image above represents the exhaustive iterative design process that went into finding the optimal organization and siting for this three-bedroom house. More to come…February 3, 2013
Happy HolidaysJanuary 11, 2013
Cashing in on the revolt against "ban cars" discourse from last week by debunking some common myths on how to make transit popular. Including a cautionary tale for urbanists about the racial ramifications of freeway removal amid diversifying suburbs.
Skunk Train owners now control about 20% of Fort Bragg real estate after latest acquisition https://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/news/skunk-train-owners-acquisition-of-fort-bragg-mill-site-upends-city-plans-a/
Apartments for Care Workers Ostfildern-Ruit / KTP Kauffmann + Freie Architekten PartGmbB http://dlvr.it/SD74vZ