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November 10, 2020
The rampant COVID-19 pandemic has left the fields of urban design and planning in a state of wondering what the future of cities will be. After nearly 30 years of a movement that has shaped the built environment in countless places, what have we learned that can sustain New Urbanism through this uncertain future?
Andrés Duany, co-founder of DPZ CoDesign and CNU, discusses which current trends may work in favor of New Urbanist principles and which may be working in competition. Moderated by Lou Marquet, principal of Leyland Alliance, this webinar shows DPZ designs from the current COVID era, and highlight the ways in which they have changed or remained true to “business as usual.”
This webinar is available for 1 CNU-A continuing education credit if viewed live or recorded.