One of the most powerful moments of my trip to New York last November was Abbey and my visit to the 9/11 memorial. The memorial brought me back to this day eleven years ago waiting to hear that Kristen, who lived a couple of blocks from the World Trade Center, was okay. I was lucky because she was. But, when you are at the memorial, it is impossible to not think about the fact that each name represents friends and family who lost someone irreplaceable to them that day. As an urban designer, my favorite part of the design was the attention paid to the placement of the names. A lasting memory of the relationship they had with their friends and colleagues who also died that day.