Principal and Co-Founder Agency Landscape + Planning Cambridge, Massachusetts
Two contemporary design leaders will share their experience in collaborating with communities and local authorities to reclaim urban spaces, reestablish cultural identity, and provide public amenities to underserved communities post-urban renewal. The presenters will share sharply focused explorations of accessible and community-informed design processes at the site and neighborhood scale.
Understand how public space can address issues of social, environmental and food equity.
Understand how a connected and vibrant public realm creates community wealth and public health.
Learn from the successes of bringing community leaders to the table to inform design processes.
Discover how intentionally divisive infrastructure can be reclaimed to enable reconnection within the public realm.