Thinking Collectively about Placemaking
Plan.Place is the thinking and blogging arm of Rhodeside & Harwell. By day, we are practitioners in landscape architecture, urban design and planning with a cross-disciplinary perspective. Outside the office, we are engaged citizens who share a passion for urban life and exploring the urban landscape, as well as a commitment to addressing the world’s challenges, one place at a time. In both capacities, we spend a lot of time thinking about the urban environment, the essence of place and community, and the stewardship of ecological and cultural resources. This blog functions as a place for us to record and compile these thoughts, observations and discoveries. We view Plan.Place as an idea incubator – a forum for sharing what’s on our minds and a place to test, refine and curate ideas at the intersection of urbanism, design, transportation, civic engagement, ecology, cultural heritage and urban life.
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