GSD Course Bulletin - January 2013 - INT-00032-00

COURSE DETAILS


00032: Designing Happy Places: How Art, Policy and Urban Design can Reshape our Cities (INT 0003200)

Architecture
Landscape Architecture
Urban Planning and Design
Independent Study - 0 credits - Limited enrollment

Instructor(s)


Course Description

Instructor(s):
LZ Nunn and Karen Lee Bar Sinbar
Date/Time:
Jan 15-17, 10-1:15
Location:
Arts @ 29 Garden Facility
Description:
What makes a place memorable? What makes urban design joyful? How do we design urban spaces and catalysts that engage people and create more inspiring places? In this three-day round table conversation, our aim is to explore the qualities, tactics and framework that promote happier places. We will tour inspired public spaces in Boston and Cambridge and examine the tools city makers use to create joyful places. We are aiming for a lively discussion that combines the skill sets of urban planners, architects, landscape architects, policy-makers, urban designers, etc.
Requirements:
Cost/Materials:
$15 /student for info and article packet
 
 
 
 
 
 


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