Posts Tagged: planning

Exhibit Review: Design with the Other 90% CITIES

While I was in New York City last week I was lucky enough to catch the exhibit – Design with the Other 90%: Cities before it closed. The exhibit, by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and hosted by the UN Visitors

Exhibit Review: Design with the Other 90% CITIES

While I was in New York City last week I was lucky enough to catch the exhibit – Design with the Other 90%: Cities before it closed. The exhibit, by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and hosted by the UN Visitors

Urbanization News: July 15

That snazzy promo video is for this week’s featured urban happening, “The Just City: A Ford Forum on Metropolitan Opportunity” held in New York yesterday. Sponsored by the Ford Foundation, it brought together “Civic leaders and policymakers, urban designers and

Urbanization News: July 15

That snazzy promo video is for this week’s featured urban happening, “The Just City: A Ford Forum on Metropolitan Opportunity” held in New York yesterday. Sponsored by the Ford Foundation, it brought together “Civic leaders and policymakers, urban designers and

Shenzhen: The “Instant City”

We will be starting a new monthly profile of cities around the world that have experienced unprecedented growth. Hopefully this will give insight into some of the massive challenges that planners and governments face in accommodating this growth and what

Shenzhen: The “Instant City”

We will be starting a new monthly profile of cities around the world that have experienced unprecedented growth. Hopefully this will give insight into some of the massive challenges that planners and governments face in accommodating this growth and what

Planning for the Unplanned: Disaster Resilience and Reconstruction

As the world watches recovery efforts from the Japan tsunami amid ongoing reconstruction efforts in Haiti, Chile, and New Orleans, the Urban Planning Student Association and International Public Service Association are convening an engaging afternoon of discussions on Tuesday, March

Planning for the Unplanned: Disaster Resilience and Reconstruction

As the world watches recovery efforts from the Japan tsunami amid ongoing reconstruction efforts in Haiti, Chile, and New Orleans, the Urban Planning Student Association and International Public Service Association are convening an engaging afternoon of discussions on Tuesday, March

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“How big can cities get?” and other probing questions

The Big Name in international consulting, McKinsey & Company,  just started publishing a series of essays about cities and just how big they can possibly get. The cities writing is part of a larger project to ask other questions about

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“How big can cities get?” and other probing questions

The Big Name in international consulting, McKinsey & Company,  just started publishing a series of essays about cities and just how big they can possibly get. The cities writing is part of a larger project to ask other questions about