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Next Generation of New Urbanists: a forum for new ideas and new voices; more info: contact@cnunextgen.org
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CNU NextGen 11h
Should engineers be held accountable for their designs killing people?
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CNU NextGen 11h
Selling Parklands to Private Developers to Save Them?
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Gold Sonn 12h
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Strong Towns 11h
Should engineers be held responsible when they prioritize vehicle speed over pedestrian safety in urban areas?
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Sam Newberg Dec 17
Honestly I haven't priced this, but pretty sure bocce and/or curling cost less than $50 million
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Conrad Lumm Dec 16
What's depressing about the ITE's trip generation model? It makes a mistake that no high school stats student would.
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Matthew Lewis Dec 16
Morning history lesson of gentrification.
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Daniel Latorre Dec 15
Roundup on the "" campaign fiasco, all about design for objects not people.
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John Cary Dec 16
Amen: "We’ve taught generations of to speak out as artists, but not how to listen.”
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John Cary Dec 16
"For too long, have flatly dismissed the general public’s take on our work.” oped:
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Fred Kent Dec 14
Architects look"up" at buildings.Traffic engineers at cars. Silos of disciplines are source of malaise for cities
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Nate Hood Dec 16
When will the architect's ego be less important than the community? should be ...
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Bob Mock Dec 16
.AIANational this is why i think campaign is tone deaf. Misses this completely: How to Rebuild Architecture
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Ethan Kent Dec 16
"at what point does architecture’s potential 2 improve human life become lost because of its inability 2 connect w/ actual humans?"
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Michael Roden Dec 14
? No. Let's do . Architects need to make public spaces first priority.
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CNU NextGen Dec 16
Why do YOU think of the architecture professional? Tell em at ... New Campaign says "look up"
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CNU NextGen Dec 15
Monday Member Blog Roll
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Matt Steele Dec 15
American cities and the wholesale exchange of places for nonplaces.
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Rik Adamski Dec 15
No downtown will ever be vibrant, no matter how many millions in tax money are poured into it, if the small details are ignored. Period.
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Rik Adamski Dec 15
Our land use regulations are based upon the asinine assumption that virtually everyone has the same aspirations at all times in their lives.
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