Sustaining a City's Culture and Character focuses on how to understand the innate identity of an urban place. The book provides
Now, pending release in early 2021, comes the final book countdown, with all relevant details--and a book excerpt-- contained in
This book will complete the trilogy that began with Chuck Wolfe's Urbanism Without Effort and Seeing the Better City. For those who
The book cover has been finalized for Sustaining a City’s Culture and Character: Principles and Best Practices. To learn more, click
Two notable journals have recently furthered SBC ideas, including the urban diary, and more expansive ways to understand the city
See the new sustainingplace.com website for more on the themes and messages gleaned from Sustaining a City's Culture and Character
On October 17, Chuck Wolfe appeared at a Connected Places Catapult "Third Thursday" event in London, which discussed Seeing Better Cities
The Irish Pavilion (Free Market) from the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale  is currently touring Ireland. On July 22 in Macroom, County
Seattle’s Crosscut recently asked Chuck Wolfe to explain the importance of context to urban transportation solutions, based on London and Stockholm observations.
On July 3, Chuck Wolfe spent the day consulting on the LENS Method and urban diary tool with UK Architecture Study