This gallery contains 29 photos.
When it comes to large-scale new precinct planning and development, leave it to the Singaporeans to get the job done. I’ve been in Singapore almost two weeks now and I thought I’d get on with the NUP series. While I … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 18 photos.
About a month ago, I hopped over to D.C. with a friend to witness a once a year event – cherry blossom season. Incidentally, 2012 also marked the centennial of the Japanese Government’s gift of 3000 cherry trees to the … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 22 photos.
Hamburg is a very old friend of mine. I love the city and it’s probably the only other city in Europe I could see myself living in (besides London). A large part of it is because it’s a port city, … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 28 photos.
Ok, clearly I’m taking a little creative liberty with the description “New.” Williamsburg is hardly a “New Urban Precinct.” It’s been gentrifying for some time now. In fact, it is often used as a textbook case of gentrification in … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 26 photos.
I was in Shanghai visiting my brother and sister-in-law last Summer and I stayed with them in a delightful (but very badly restored) traditional courtyard property. Each time I go to Shanghai, I am amazed and disillusioned in equal part … Continue reading →
This gallery contains 24 photos.
I’m fascinated by gentrification and by the creation of new urban and creative precincts through the rejuvenation of historical or post-industrial spaces. In this next series of posts, I will present photo-journals of at least half a dozen of these … Continue reading →