Quality vs. Quantity: Production Housing


6/2/06 2:30pm-3:30pm

In a housing market dominated by high volume production builders, the success of the New Urbanism is determined in no small part by the ability to build quality architecture in quantity. Design and development teams, therefore, are continuously challenged to integrate nuanced architecture within the various constraints and market realities of "production" housing. In this seminar, a panel of respected architects and developers/builders share their work and experiences building the New Urbanism -- looking both at traditional methods for managing/integrating design quality as well as at some new techniques that have proven successful in some recent projects across the country.
Presentation by: Perry Bigelow, Tim Busse, William Gietema, Geoffrey Mouen

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