Angie Schmitt is the founding editor of
and a writer and editor for the
. She lives in Cleveland.
Architecture for the Rest of Us
A public interest design firm sells the craft beyond the elite.
Dec 4, 2012
Of Course the Suburbs Aren't Dying—They're Not All the Same
7 Design Lessons From the World's Most Gorgeous BRT Stations
Why Architects and Second-Tier Cities Need Each Other
Removing Fish From a Surreal Abandoned Shopping Mall
The Slow, Agonizing Death of the MetroCard
How Singapore Makes Biodiversity an Important Part of Urban Life
Mysterious Found Footage Offers a Rare Glimpse of 1940s Chicago
See What Your City Will Be Like in 15 Years
Introducing Our Free E-Book on 'The Future of Transportation'
The Sign Says You've Got 72 Miles to Go Before the End of Your Road Trip. It's Lying.
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