what’s the small wall?

Why a Small Wall? Most posts will be snippets of observations. I don’t like writing long posts. I do like photos, maps, and info graphics. We will keep what is on the wall, small. You won’t have to hear me pontificate too often.

A Small Wall also describes a bit of how I think private/public interactions (both social and built) should happen in urban environments. While space should be delineated, there also should be ways to interact. You can see over a small wall; children can sit on it; you can talk to your neighbor as they pass by; there is protection yet transparency.

Also, it rhymes…


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