Is it time for St. John’s to consider an urban growth boundary?
Taryn Sheppard thinks we can do better than put a big ol’ fence around the harbour.
With their congregations dwindling, Taryn Sheppard asks, what will happen to churches?
Taryn Sheppard ponders what makes a building a community hub.
CBS is now the second largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador. Taryn Sheppard ponders the future of our very own “edge city.”
Taryn Shppard looks into how a proposed mixed townhouse, commercial, and lettuce farm building downtown fits into a growing global trend of grown architecture.
Taryn Sheppard tells us where we can get the skinny on new buildings built, being built, or planned to be built in St. John’s, including some much needed rental apartments in Pleasantville.
Taryn Sheppard reviews Robert Mellin’s new book about Newfoundland architecture during the Smallwood years.
Taryn Sheppard explores the big idea of developing the Southside Hills.
Throw garbage, watch it smash, hit the slopes? Taryn Sheppard examines how dumps are becoming destintations.
The new MUN residence goes for sensible over sex appeal writes Taryn Sheppard.
How do you design something from the future that looks like it’s from the past?
The categories include Building Restoration/Preservation, New Building Design and the new category of Heritage Craftsperson/Tradesperson.
Are there creative architectural solutions to our downtown parking problems?
That’s anaglyph red and blue 3D, not the ridiculous kind.