2009 - MS 381, A decompression valve and ElastoStart for easier starting. 2019 - MS 500i, First ever chainsaw with STIHL Injection Technology. #10YearChallenge STIHL dealers, share your memories in the comments section from the last 10 years!
With over 45,000 weekday daily boardings, the Vermont corridor is the second busiest bus corridor in LA. .
In 2019 we will continue to work towards enhancing those destination connections one bus shelter at a time. 🚏🚌🍃
This CAPLA student team received first place in The Rio Reimagined 2018 Ideas Competition! Penelope Cottrell-Crawford, Isaac Palomo, Truc Nguyen and Tess Wagner will be presenting their work at the Rio Reimagined Slide Slam this Thursday, January 24.
The competition was focused on the Rio Salado, and as described in the prompt, “the aim … is to summon and celebrate revelatory observation and big imaginative ideas, which through preservation, landforms and built environment interventions with an emphasis on place making, strengthen the connection between the eight communities that directly share the Rio Salado.”
Our kind of night light.⠀
Take a look at Torres by @designbyrodrigotorres - shown here as a catenary light, Torres is a broad line of LED lights in collaboration with Chip Israel of Lighting Design Alliance.⠀
A quiet aesthetic & graceful, minimalist form define Torres.⠀
When light, fresh air and nature were valued through our hospitals as powerful healers. Jan Duiker’s 1920s/30s Zonnestraal Tuberculosis Sanatorium. How do our healing environments enhance the therapeutic potential of light, air and nature today?
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New real estate term "surban" a sign of the times - Developers are betting that millennials are demanding a new type of neighborhood.
Link in bio or visit oregonbusiness.com/surbanrealestate
We’re counting the days until our 4th annual planning conference! We present to you our 2nd set of speakers from SEDA (Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance): (1st pic) Verona Thibault, CEO, Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance(SEDA)
Verona has provided management, marketing and business development services to the not-for profit sector in Saskatchewan for over twenty-five years. Committed to building and maintaining resilient and vibrant communities, Verona has a proven record in capacity building and opportunity identification, and has worked with inner city as well as rural interests.
Verona views economic development as an inclusive process that embraces all aspects of community as well as participation in the global marketplace. Brokering partnerships and maintaining vital linkages between people, communities and sectors is her passion. (2nd pic) Kristin Catherwood
Kristin Catherwood is the Director of Living Heritage for Heritage Saskatchewan where she specializes in community engagement, particularly in rural contexts. Previously, she worked for SaskCulture and the National Film Board of Canada’s Grasslands Project. She has an MA in Folklore from Memorial University of Newfoundland and resides in rural southern Saskatchewan.
For more details of the conference, please visit our accounts:
• Twitter: @usaskmomentum
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Looking for a family adventure with the kiddos this year? @Mommy_nearest has included the Cayton Children’s Museum in their “19 Things Families Can Look Forward to in 2019”. Check out the link in bio for more info on the museum aimed to combine fun and education, opening this May!
Happy New Year and welcome to 2019!!! 🙌🙌🙌
Our new State Convenor, Rebekah McDonald and her enthusiastic Queensland Young Planners Committe have hit the ground runnng in 2019 so stayed tuned for updates on some of the awesome upcoming events we have planned!!! 👍
For more information about this years committee please follow link below
The Grand Ensemble Place by Espace Libre (2016) - The Grand Ensemble neighbourhoods in France had been planned on the basis of the principles of the Athens Charter. The application of these principles led to the realization of an amount of ambiguous open spaces, where the common areas weren’t clearly organized in public and private spaces. A strong and innovative design of these residential habitats is paramount for the future of urban planning. A succession of multi-ages playground areas is placed in the very central part of the main axis, in close proximity to the green spaces. In the southern part of the Grand Ensemble, a toddlers’ playground designed by Espace Libre, has been realized in the first phase of the urban rehabilitation program.
A large and unitary lawn is given to the people of the neighbourhood, allowing to accentuate the sensation of living into a park.