Transit-oriented Development Futures

Jul 16 – Jul 27, 2018
Honolulu, Hawaii
Research Question

By bridging the gap between skills in design thinking and computational science, this workshop provides students with crucial insight into the role of Transit-Oriented Development’s impact in different cities at a multitude of scales. The goal will be for students to generalize and abstract local plans for TOD and see novel approaches to apply computational frameworks and design thinking for successful outcomes in planning, establishing recommendations, future thinking and potential for TOD. Lectures/talks/sessions will be led by specialists with diverse backgrounds representing real estate, transportation, economic development, community-building, and design/architecture. The final deliverable of the workshop will be a graphic report synthesizing their exploration of methods, supporting documentation and recommendations for the future.

For more information contact Kaz Sakamoto, ks2944@columbia.edu.

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Cuban Modern Architecture and Contemporary Preservation Challenges
Havana, Cuba
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