Doug Kelbaugh

Doug Kelbaugh, FAIA FCNU, is Dean Emeritus of the Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. He is an author of many articles and books, including The Urban Fix. He lives in Seattle, Washington.

FOLLOW:
Article image for An international lens on sprawl Sustainability

An international lens on sprawl

As cities around the world are enveloped in sprawl, its health and sustainability problems are going global.
DOUG KELBAUGHNOV. 13, 2018
Article image for The magic of urban trees Sustainability

The magic of urban trees

In a city like Seattle, more than 100,000 trees could be planted at intersections alone. These trees would provide enormous psychological, social, environmental, and economic benefit.
DOUG KELBAUGHAUG. 10, 2020
Article image for Reconfronting sprawl: Still paved with good intentions and asphalt Sustainability

Reconfronting sprawl: Still paved with good intentions and asphalt

After taking a back seat to urban revival for a decade or more, American suburbs are once again in the driver's seat of growth. Can they be built sustainably?
DOUG KELBAUGHOCT. 30, 2018