Imagine watching an aerial time-lapse view of a few city blocks. You see a continuously undulating scene—a living, patchwork quilt where buildings go up, come down, and pockets of open space fill in around them. There is a dialogue between developed space and open space that is crucial to humanizing cities. Like bubbles of air or shafts of light, open spaces give room and context to their built counterparts. And harnessing this space is at the heart of urban and landscape designers’ ethos. Continue reading
In 2010, CRSA was hired by the Salt Lake City RDA to develop the existing rail corridor between Central Point Station and Sugarmont Drive in Sugarhouse. Working with the RDA and the Utah Transit Authority, CRSA conceptualized the corridor for use as a greenway and a new streetcar line. CRSA Designer/ Project Manager Steve Cornell and Lead Landscape Designer Bryce Ward narrate.
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