On Sunday, the last few panelists focused in varying degrees on environmental issues.
That surely gets the prize for the most provocative session title at CNU XV.
A busy Friday at the 15th annual CNU Congress was sandwiched between two popular plenary sessions. Peter Calthorpe’s evening presentation updated arguments for regional visioning.
Some photos from the 2007 Charter Awards ceremony on Friday.
What a surprise. It turns out that from a New Urbanist perspective, there is something worse than the cul-de-sac subdivision that leaves all its inhabitants dependent on their cars.
Robert A.M. Stern, Architect, Teacher, Writer and Dean of the Yale School of Architecture Honors Camden NJSubmitted by Michael McAteer on Sat, 05/19/2007 - 10:40pm
The plenary session Saturday night was devoted to national politics, both British and American.
For most of Saturday morning and early afternoon I was at historic Mikveh Israel synagogue (www.mikvehisrael.org), site of America's second oldest (I think) Jewish congregation- so I missed more CNU s
For many CNUers, the Congress is a time to rendezvous with like-minded people, inspire each other, catch up on news, and feel motivated by how much the New Urbanist movement has accomplished.
We interviewed some of the conference attendees to get their feedback on this year's Congress.