Strategies are the over-arching ideas and processes of spatial planning, expressed as systems and spatial networks, vision plans and implementation scenarios

Places are the physical spaces of any scale with identity characteristics that inform mental maps of our region, our neighborhood, our home as an experiential continuum  

Connections are infrastructure systems and public right-of-way elements, optimized as complete streets and corridors, multimodal place-based transportation, and greenway paths  

storrow|kinsella applies expertise in spatial planning, urban design and landscape architecture to the creation of strategies, places and connections in the public realm

recent s|k posts

The integration of smart land use and balanced transportation for Central Indiana. Regional governance and public systems management in Central Indiana: the places and connections disconnect      Central Indiana regional governance is an oxymoron. [more]
June 2015: East 10th Street Gateway Revisited
We revisited the  gateway recently and found Carl Leck's murals still powerful, the plant material thriving, and tons of walkers and cyclists moving smoothly from the Monon to the Cultural Trail and to and from the Near Eastdside neighborhoods on a beautiful Sunday. We also experienced a new[more]
Meg Storrow elevated to ASLA Council of Fellows
June 23, 2015.  Press Release: The American Society of Landscape ArchitectsThe American Society of Landscape Architects has elevated 37 members to the ASLA Council of Fellows for 2015. Fellowship is among the highest honors the ASLA bestows on members and recognizes the contributions of these[more]
New studio location...and its perfect!
The moving disruption is over and the new storrow|kinsella studio is up and running at 303 North Alabama (second floor #240). Its at the NE Corner of Alabama and New York Streets (the red brick attachment to the historic Vienna Building) and overlooks the Cultural Trail and Downtown Indianapolis[more]
Wabash River Scenic Byway: Publication
This Wabash River Scenic Byway Management Plan guides the management of the 16-mile long river corridor through Tippecanoe County, Indiana. The plan integrates roadway design, wayfinding, and land stewardship under the grand theme of the river's 2.5 million year history. This interpretive lens[more]

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