Issue #08: Access
Monthly Design Dispatches
Who has the right to the city?
by Reiko Hillyer
One of the most persistent ways by which people exert power over other people is to control their access to space. This talk will examine how the design of our urban landscape includes and excludes, and how it reveals who constitutes “the public.”
by Sky Hopinka
One wanderer’s glimpse into the complicated connections that tie two Portland Metropolitan area structures with the Chinookan people who inhabit(ed) them.
Few things are more important than having a safe, stable, and affordable roof over your head. In Portland, we're feeling the combined effects of our government's refusal to recognize housing as a human right.