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August 27, 2015


Maraya Projects: Sisyphean Cart Roundtable Discussion Periscope Videos

Maraya Projects had a great turnout at our Roundtable Discussion at 221a Gallery in Vancouver, BC with Trevor Boddy, Robert Ferry and Elizabeth Monoian. Thank you to everyone who were able to join our discussion! If you have yet to see the Maraya Projects: Sisyphean Cart, the exhibition at 221A Gallery runs until the end of Saturday August 29, 2015 (5pm).

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August 20, 2015


Maraya Projects: Sisyphean Cart Pull Photos

We had an amazing Cart Pull last weekend on August 16, complete with sunshine and blue skies. Huge thank-yous to all our friends, family, and participants who were able to make it out for all or a part of our journey.

Please follow the link to our Flickr site to see our event photos here: http://ow.ly/Raf3W

We'll be posting them on Facebook too, and invite you to tag yourself and your friends!

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November 03, 2011


Trevor Boddy's "Vancouverism vs. Lower Manhattanism"

Trevor Boddy writes, " Shaping high density residential environments is the most important issue before urban designers in North America today. As the urban consequences of permanently higher energy costs sets in, and as the benefits to urbanity of properly-managed high density living become ever more evident, new debates are emerging, while old debates are falling away." INSIGHT: Vancouverism vs. Lower Manhattanism: Shaping the High Density City by Trevor Boddy, Architecture Critic, The Vancouver Sun September 20, 2005 read more http://www.archnewsnow.com/features/Feature177.htm
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November 03, 2011


Trevor Boddy "Vancouverism and Its Discontents"

In this Vancouver Review review of Meredith Quartermain's Vancouver Walking and Lance Berelowitz's Dream City: Vancouver and the Global Imagination, Trevor Boddy discusses the notion of Vancouverism. He writes, "Vancouver does one thing well: We build condos higher and denser than any other spot on the continent, and our global reputation is currently being set by these acts."