May 8, 2017
Episode #4: Dancing About Infrastructure
Michelle and Rob reflect on the artistry that reveals our invisible services and why these reminders are an important part of our urban existence
Talking about music, is like dancing about architecture. But we’ll try dancing about infrastructure anyway
Older underground sewers are brick works of art like the photo shown by clicking here of the Garrison Creek storm sewer
Aesthetic inspirations for the Herb Gray Parkway pedestrian bridges
The beauty of water treatment, as seen through the RC Harris filtration plant
How a tight butt can be a tribute to aging infrastructure
Wishing for the "Big Bridge Theory"
A timely tribute to Hamilton’s first water pumping station
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