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Darran Anderson Oct 30
Delighted to have contributed to 'The Future of Transportation' by SOM, which is published today, where we look at how we might navigate the world of tomorrow
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dan reed, blake high school class of 05 6 Jun 18
hey and I will be on a panel talking about the "Future of Public Space" sponsored by ! Join us June 19 at the West End Library in DC:
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SOM Nov 4
Excited to announce that The Future of Transportation—featuring writings by & Derek Moore & artwork by —is now available.
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Christopher DeWolf 13 Mar 18
A5. Architecture puts a lot of emphasis on the visual, but non-ocular senses are a good way to understand the quality of a public space. That’s true for people of all different abilities.
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Christopher DeWolf 13 Mar 18
A5. If you’re standing somewhere that looks good but feels a little off, it’s because of some quality you’re picking up through the other senses. Many of us haven’t really learned how to read our other senses the way we process visual information.
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oscar perry abello 26 Jun 18
Replying to @oscarthinks
Detroit had success pushing back private development on the east Detroit riverfront, making space for the public. West riverfront, currently in design phases, involved residents in shaping the design competition starting before the completion.
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SOM Jan 25
How can communities be empowered to shape public space? In this clip from the Los Angeles stop on our Future of Public Space summer panel tour, argues for deeper links between urban decision-makers and the people they serve. See more:
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World Monuments Fund 10 Apr 18
The Future of Public Space, a panel discussion hosted by on the intersection of design and the public realm
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Allison Arieff 13 Mar 18
And hopefully "multi-sensory"doesn't turn into something limited to VR and smartphones!
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MAS Context 25 Jun 18
Tomorrow (7 pm) at → Second panel discussing on the future of public space feat , Martin Felsen (, & Douglas Voigt ().
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Christopher DeWolf 13 Mar 18
A5. I think it’s good when public spaces gives us a lot of sensory input, because it gives us nuanced information to understand those spaces and how they work, and it underlines the need to design spaces that work for different kinds of people.
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Allison Arieff 13 Mar 18
I love how explored a lot of the in their book The Arsenal of Inclusion and Exclusion. Things like how one person's music is another person's nuisance, for example.
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SOM 5 Oct 18
The Future of Public Space—let's talk about it. On October 11th, we'll be in London with , Anna Mansfield of , , and for a conversation inspired by our book. Join us:
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Urban@Parsons 10 Apr 18
Tomorrow at 7PM at -The Future of Public Space, the latest volume of !
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SOM Dec 13
"The Future of Transportation"—the perfect stocking stuffer. Order today:
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I draw cities 3 Jul 18
I participated in a panel on the future of public space last week. 😁
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Michelle Nijhuis 13 Mar 18
As you watch the needle twitch, join us at at the top of the hour for a chat about the future about public space.
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oscar perry abello 26 Jun 18
Replying to @oscarthinks
Now learning about Robbins, area’s oldest majority black suburb. Plans for stormwater management, public space, and transit-oriented development around regional commuter rail station. Could it be model for region?
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Kounkuey [KDI] 13 Jul 18
A few KDI’ers in the audience yesterday at the discussion series at . Great points from of @LURNetwork that public space is intimately connected to the livelihoods of low-income communities of color in LA.
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SOM Dec 3
Thanks to all who came out last night in the 🌨️ to hear a lively discussion with Olin McKenzie, , , and . We had a full house at celebrating the release of , with & 🙏🚍🚲🚆🚗🗽
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