Kevin Adams

Kevin currently does Design Thinking and Research for The Home Depot in Atlanta Georgia and was trained in Urban Planning at UMD and Urban Design at Georgia Tech.

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Pattern retrofit for resilience: An introduction

Pattern retrofit is a necessary step to reforming dysfunctional metropolises impacted by global capital. This is part 1 of a series.
KEVIN ADAMSNOV. 21, 2018
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Pattern retrofit for resilience planning

This is part 3 of a series on retrofitting urban patterns to create more resilient places where decentralized capital can flourish. A key step in that direction would be a specific kind of community planning exercise.
KEVIN ADAMSDEC. 10, 2018
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Micro-heroicism, Tulsa, and the DNA of CNU

New urbanists need to recharge their commitment to a "micro-heroic" remapping of mid-century America—where immigrants, workers, and minorities now struggle to build sustainable communities.
KEVIN ADAMSMAY. 24, 2022