AIA Phoenix Metro’s May Placemaking series is this Thursday.
The Central Avenue corridor provides Phoenix with a linear radius that connects historic neighborhoods throughout downtown and midtown.
Christina Noble, owner of Countour Architecture, explores how architecture and design are intrinsically linked to emotions.
Your roundup of all things Downtown Phoenix—including upcoming events, design and architecture news, and ballot propositions.
Beginning Saturday, Phoenix Urban Design Week is organized by a group of dedicated local volunteers–made up of entrepreneurs, creatives, urban planners, designers, landscape architects, and placemaking specialists.
Walkable community gathering places are some of the crucial components for a pedestrian-friendly city.
Downtown Phoenix showed its readiness to evolve during this year’s Super Bowl festivities.
Although a desert city, crucial to Phoenix’s survival is its connection to nearby rivers and canals.