wayfinding and garage sales

wayfinding and garage sales

On the cover of the 1973 book, The Garage Sale Manual, there is a hand drawn seal that says “alternate economics for the people.” Although this statement may be a little grandiose, there is a homespun intimacy involved in a garage sale that is “for the people.” There is a vast gulf between the DIY […]

Ponce City Market | The Largest Adaptive Reuse in Atlanta History

Posted by on Dec 18, 2013 in architecture, planning | No Comments
Ponce City Market | The Largest Adaptive Reuse in Atlanta History

Recently I had the opportunity to go on a behind-the-scenes tour of Ponce City Market guided by Jamestown Properties, the developers of the project. Jamestown Properties, who purchased the site in 2011, are also responsible for the world famous Chelsea Market in NYC. Ponce City Market is the largest adaptive reuse project in the history […]