Cover Photos, clockwise from top left:
The Jackson Building in Baton Rouge, La.—a restored historic building rescued after it was slated for demolition (Source: Plan Baton Rouge).
The True Reformer Building in the historic Shaw neighborhood of Washington, D.C.—home to the Public Welfare Foundation—soffice and community meeting space (Source: Public Welfare Foundation and 202design).
Rendering of the design for the —Cowart Place—neighborhood in downtown Chattanooga, Tenn. (Source: Lyndhurst Foundation).
The Century Theatre Block in Albuquerque, N.M., —bu ys—the 50,000 square foot, 14-screen big box theater behind seven individually designed retail/office buildings that surround the theater, except for the two story entrance on a full two-acre city block that was formerly a surface parking lot (Source: Arcadia Land Company and the HDIC).
One of Chattanooga, Tenn.—sfamous electric shuttle buses, manufactured locally (Source: Lyndhurst Foundation).