Domino Sugar Plant in Brooklyn. Photo: Mark Peters, Flickr

Headlines: Toward more beloved communities

Designing with women in mind, rethinking parking, and planning toward Martin Luther King's vision of community

Women in Urbanism group aims to elevate gender issues in Auckland’s planning
Auckland Now, October 2, 2017
Reflecting trends worldwide, an Auckland group tackles gender disparity in planning.

The New Urbanism might be dead
Governing, October 2017
Despite the eye-catching title, this perspective mostly focuses on the successes and mainstreaming of New Urbanism.

Atlanta is fighting urban inequality—with an idea from Martin Luther King, Jr.
Fast Company, September 28, 2017
King’s “beloved community” is a place full of decency, love and brotherhood, devoid of homelessness, poverty, discrimination, and racism. Can it be planned?

Local News

Designers look at new uses for an old mall
Daily Democrat Business, September 30, 2017
A four-day charrette sponsored by CNU-California resulted in ideas for Woodland Mall.

Dear Decaturish, a sneak peak at plans for Decator’s newest (school) parking lot
Decaturish, September 30, 2017

Rethinking—and maybe shrinking—the parking in a new school development

New plan for the Domino Sugar Complex, revealed
New York Magazine, October 3, 2017
Sugar built New York. Now New York takes on an iconic sugar plant.

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