The River Hull has been the lifeblood of the English city of the same name for centuries, with vessels ferrying goods along the waterway during the the country's industrial glory days. Now, the river has a new riparian jewel: the Scale Lane Bridge, designed by the architecture firm of McDowell+Benedetti, in collaboration with Alan Baxter Associates and Qualter Hall, it was the winning entry in a competition held in 2005.
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Editor-in-Chief Alexi Drosu is putting the finishing touches on the next issue of FORM even as we speak. Since we hate to wait, we wanted to get a sneak preview and checked in with her. It sounds like it's going to be fantastic!
Here's what she has planned: "Urban design takes center stage in our March/April issue as we explore the role of color in the city and travel the globe in search of cosmopolitan canvases. Also inside, you'll read about smart glass technology, sustainable lighting and how we create public spaces to serve our urban communities."
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Longtime FORM contributor Jack Skelley is expanding his voice at FORM with a new online column. Found under the VIEWS tab above, Skelley's writing will probe into issues of sustainability and urban design here in Los Angeles, which he calls "the capital of urban planning disasters" and "an unexpected source of successes." Expect to find a lively discourse that takes an intelligent look at both extremes.
Click here for his first post.