Home/Articles/The Daily Durning: Model project for Jericho LandsJune 24, 2015The Daily Durning: Model project for Jericho LandsWe think Durning is joshing: . A housing complex in San Buenaventura, Mexico. Ideal project for the Jericho lands. . Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted inHousing/Daily Durning (51)SupportIf you love this region and have a view to its future please subscribe, donate, or become a Patron.Share onComments Cancel ReplyComment * Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ Scot BJune 24, 2015 at 11:17 am Harsh indeed, but there are some some very blocky continuous historic building patterns in East Coast Cities like Baltimore if you strip the street trees out. Reply GuestJune 24, 2015 at 2:29 pm It’s historical referencing to barracks…perfectly suitable for the Jericho Lands 🙂 Reply Richard CampbellJune 24, 2015 at 2:46 pm I hope so. Taller buildings will enable more greenspace and more people to live there. It is a great place to live and should not just be for people with a lot of money or those fortunate enough to bought in years ago. Reply Previous: Ohrn Words: Myth-busting ped collisions in TorontoNext: Yesterday’s Tomorrow – A Portland JourneySubscribe to Viewpoint Vancouver Get breaking news and fresh views, direct to your inbox. Email Address Subscribe Join 7,316 other subscribers Show your Support Check our Patreon page for stylish coffee mugs, private city tours, and more – or, make a one-time or recurring donation. Thank you for helping shape this place we love. Donate to VWPTPatreon PerksPopular Articles How Do We Talk About Senakw? ABC Majority Park Board Rolling Red Carpet For Two Lanes of Drivers on Stanley Park Drive See AllAll ArticlesFree Webinar: Place & Prosperity: How Cities Help Connect & InnovateDec. 06, 2022ABC Majority Park Board Rolling Red Carpet For Two Lanes of Drivers on Stanley Park DriveDec. 05, 2022Grant Applications Close January 5: Want to Take Your Planning Team to Copenhagen?Dec. 05, 2022Free Webinar: Making Healthy Places: Designing & Building for Well-Being & EquityDec. 02, 2022Earthworks Artist Michael Heizer’s “City” Now OpenDec. 01, 2022Follow VWPT on Instagram At least the slow-moving traffic gives one time to appreciate the Buddhist sculpture available I am totally not surprised. But nice to know that this is as bad as it gets. (Since article written, mass transit lines babe opened, toll roads are in place and the combination of phone and scooter has led to firms like Gojek providing Uber-like services.) Bali has one powerful brand How they load a ferry in Bali 2 / Buddhist architecture 1 / I was told there would be Balinese temples and architecture everywhere, but did not realize the extent. So much more than just a tourist attraction.