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Turn Up the Volume

We were pleased to recently have former acla:works architect, Leniqueca Welcome host our 3rd SOCIAL entitled “Turn Up The Volume”. [caption id="attachment_8153" align="alignnone" width="978"] Photo of Leniqueca Welcome presenting “Turn Up the Volume” at acla:works[/caption] Leniqueca is currently a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology (with an emphasis in urban studies) at the University of Pennsylvania. Her research in Trinidad looks at the histories and structures behind the criminalization and policing of local urban geographies and the material consequences for populations categorized as “a...

Look at Woodbrook

Can small yet meaningful interventions change the way that we perceive our city? Follow this mini video series Port of Spain; City in Transition as we explore simple design possibilities that can have a transformative impact on our quality of life here in Trinidad and Tobago! [videopress ijVk5SdQ]  ...

7 Q’s with Michael Mooleedhar

  "I think a revival of re-centralization of Port of Spain would be good, but I am uncertain the infrastructure can handle this. Traffic and parking is already a terrible problem when having to go into the city. You have caught me at a time in my life where I work from home and value the time that I waste. We are in the modern world. A laptop and cellphone is all you need to get your job done" - MM Michael...