Congress

CNU XVI – The Art and Science of Great Streets

One of the many good things about CNU XVI was that there was so much going on, so many good panels, that it was easy to find interesting topics about which to write. ... read more »

Look Inside for CNU XVI files!

Forgot to scribble down that crucial little statistic or quote from a great presentation at CNU XVI? Still regret having to choose between three fascinating panels on Friday afternoon? ... read more »

New Urbanism and transit

NOTE: This is cross-posted as a reply to this post at The Overhead Wire blog. ... read more »

Local Austin News Coverage of CNU XVI

Here's a series of clips from local Austin news outlets covering CNU XVI. Thanks "russrhea" for posting to YouTube! ... read more »

Doug Farr, 2030 Challenge

At the final CNU XVI plenary, Chicago architect/planner Doug Farr introduced the 2030 Challenge. ... read more »

Dhiru Thadani on CNU goals

Dhiru Thadani, CNU board member and principal in the Ayers/Saint/Gross architecture and planning firm, talks about his personal goals -- both for New Urbanism and for his work in India: ... read more »

The Gourds

Last night one of my favorite bands graced us with their music at the CNU Dinner. ... read more »

Video perspectives: Marianne Cusato

Designer Marianne Cusato, part of the original architectural team at the Mississippi Renewal Forum, is known for her design of the first prototype Katrina Cottage. ... read more »

Video perspective: Emily Talen on affordability

Arizona State University professor Emily Talen, who heads CNU's affordability initiative, talks about the challenges of creating quality housing, neighborhoods, and communities that are also affordab ... read more »

Video perspectives: Michael O'Neal, AARP

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. ... read more »