Claudia Herasme

Mon, Jun 18    6pm

Claudia Herasme (‘00 MSAUD)
Chief Urban Designer/Director of Urban Design, NYC Department of City Planning

with

Amritha Mahesh (‘13 MSAUD)

Ryan Jacobson (‘13 MSAUD)

Crystal Jane Eksi (‘15 MSAUD)

Manuela Powidayko (‘15 MSAUD)

(at 6:30pm at NYC Department of City Planning, 120 Broadway 31st Floor)

Claudia Herasme is the Chief Urban Designer and Director of the Urban Design Division at New York City’s Department of City Planning. The Department of City Planning’s mission is to plan the future of the city of New York. One of the core values of the mission is a concern for the livability of New York City’s neighborhoods and quality of the urban design that shapes them. As the department works to advance comprehensive neighborhood planning and the review of land use applications, the urban design office is charged with providing a clear and consistent perspective and advocacy in all matters that will affect the public realm.

Please note: this is an offsite event. For those who are not students in the Urban Design program, please email Marnfah Kanjanavanit to RSVP: mk4003@columbia.edu

UD Sessions: The Expanded Field of Urban Design is a series of conversations with urban designers, who graduated from ot taught at GSAPP’s Urban Design program. By discussing their current work and reflecting on how their experience at GSAPP shaped their thinking about design, cities, and politics, the series explores the ways in which the field of urban design expanded since its emergence. UD Sessions 2018 are part of an ongoing inquiry into the work of urban designers. Listen to the related podcast series here.

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