Above is a new piece I did for the Dallas Observer. It’s for article on how Dallas doesn’t really take advantage of their water front. So a few designers in Dallas and a consultant in Vancouver got together to launch a competition for designs to connect downtown with the Trinity River. At the same time, Government agencies are making their own pitches. Incidentally, each of their pitches has to do with building an eight lane super highway along the water front. The essay concludes that the idea of a super highway will not move beyond being just an idea because it will just create a concrete wall between the city and it’s own water front. Big thanks to Tracie Louck for the assignment.