The founding principles and evolving practices of New Urbanism are connecting more often these days with the principles and practices of other community-focused organizations.
Incoming CNU Board Chair Ray Gindroz talks about the path ahead for the Congress for the New Urbanism:
CNU may soon be launching a new initiative if a show-of-hands vote taken during one of the Saturday afternoon breakout sessions is any indication.
My aunt and uncle have lived in Austin for decades. I remember visiting them here once when I was 12, I think, but my memories of the physical city are nonexistent.
A lot of dark clouds hang over the real estate market right now. But for astute New Urbanists, there's an abundance of silver linings too.
University of Miami School of Architecture Dean Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk talks about new challenges for New Urbanist design and designers in the city core:
Last year several New York museums and institutions put together a retrospective on the career of Robert Moses.
Friday’s concurrent session, CNU and the ITE Manual, asked a simple question: Can new urbanists work with engineers to
The "Mystique of Technique" and Other Tales of the Transect
Jottings from the session with Andrés Duany on "Green Solutions Along the Transect":
The Congress for the New Urbanism isn't a political organization in the same sense as that other Congress, the one whose headquarters are in Washington instead of Chicago.