PARCi is the Public Archive of Architecture and the City, a digital historical
atlas of global urbanism. Architects, planners, preservationists, and researchers
can use PARCi's fully-vectorized historical base maps and its analytical tools
to generate qualitative and quantitative analyses of architectures and cities
without having any GIS training.
Urban Open Data
UOD gathers the open data sites of cities and countries around the world
into a single interactive map.
The project grew out of our commitment to information sharing and reflects
our contribution to making publicly
generated data publicly accessible.
Chicago Architects Project
Chicago Architects Project is an ongoing research project by the
Society of Architectural Historians that serves to illustrate relationships
among and between architects in the Chicago area. We are contributing to
CAP by transforming a static genealogical tree into a dynamic web-based
application that allows users to trace the lineage of Chicagoland architects
and architectural firms.
Data Humanism by Design
We bring together humanists, technologists, and designers through our
Data Humanism by Design (DHxD) workshops, public talks, and community events.
The next DHxD workshop focuses on how to translate and visualize research
questions for broad public audiences. Workshop participants can choose to
attend either a single introductory session or an in-depth two-week module
to learn interactive visualizations for qualitative research using HTML,