Director of Civic Design Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics Boston
Our future is one of inherent multiplicity and difference. Communities all around the country are looking for responses to public space design that represent their identities. Through active discussion, this panel will explore how city agencies, nonprofits, and design firm leaders are responding to the future of public space.
Explore design and policy initiatives that create respect, trust and create space for imagination in communities.
Unpack a palimpsest of histories behind the design and planning in order to understand how to help communities envision a new future.
Learn how design professionals exercising design, policy and activists strategies to create complex and diverse social and cultural spaces.
Understand the interconnected relationship of a place’s physical setting, it’s activities, situations and events, and the individual and group meanings created through people’s experiences and intentions in regards to place