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Place as Multiplicity Q&A with Kim Dovey, David Burney, Tim Cresswell, Karen A. Franck.

The concept of ‘Place’ entered the urban planning an design discourse from the 1970s and has proven to be much more than fashion because of the depth with which it resonates with everyday…

From  Pratt Institute on December 12th, 2017 36 plays 0  

Place as Multiplicity - Kim Dovey

Kim Dovey, professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Melbourne, led the fourth and final session of the Placemaking Symposium, "Place as Multiplicity." Dovey's…

From  Pratt Institute on December 12th, 2017 84 plays 0  

Placemaking the Displaced Q&A - Sean Anderson with Saba Jaberolansar

This Q&A session follows "Placemaking the Displaced," a presentation by Associate Curator for the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Sean Anderson, recorded during the May 2017 Placemaking…

From  Pratt Institute on December 12th, 2017 93 plays 0  

Placemaking the Displaced - Sean Anderson

"Placemaking the Displaced" is a presentation by Associate Curator for the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Sean Anderson, recorded during the May 2017 Placemaking Symposium. In 2016, Anderson…

From  Pratt Institute on December 12th, 2017 13 plays 0  

Maxwell Street: Fragments of an Attempt at Writing Place Q&A with Tim Cresswell and David Burney

This Q&A session follows the presentation "Social Science and Design" led by 11-time author, Tim Cresswell. Most recently Cresswell condensed several influential theories of human…

From  Pratt Institute on December 12th, 2017 17 plays 0  

Maxwell Street: Fragments of an Attempt at Writing Place - Tim Cresswell

This presentation was recorded during the May 2017 Placemaking Symposium at Pratt Institute. Most recently, Cresswell condensed several influential theories of human geography and place in, Place: An…

From  Pratt Institute on December 12th, 2017 157 plays 0  

Public Space and Civic Life: Threats and Opportunities - Setha Low

As a widely published author and Director of the Public Space Research Group at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Dr. Low is one of the nation's leading researchers on urban…

From  Pratt Institute on November 30th, 2017 113 plays 0  

Public Space and Civic Life: Threats and Opportunities Q&A with Dr. Setha Low and Meg Walker

This Q&A session follows Dr. Low's presentation, "Place Equity." Pratt Institute has a long tradition of establishing community engagement and equity as core values in planning and…

From  Pratt Institute on November 29th, 2017 40 plays 0