Patrick is a Toronto-based writer, editor, and strategist who has spent his career asking questions and building communities for pages, stages, screens, and microphones across the world. He was editor for The Alpine Review’s third print issue. He now co-edits and writes Buckslip, and as a partner at No Media Company, helps a small global roster of clients with human understanding and research-driven strategic sensemaking. He has been a correspondent for Monocle in Australia, the South Pacific, and Canada, and previously edited Dumbo Feather.LINK
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A collection of ideas and thoughts that point to the future of architecture and urbanism.