Richard Dagenhart shares his ten lessons for urban design

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Building on his first blog post about the hierarchy of permanence in design, Richard Dagenhart uses Savannah, Georgia to illustrate a framework for thinking "about creating - designing - new or revitalized buildings, parks, streets, neighborhoods or downtowns." His list of ten lessons for designing cities and towns can serve as a guide for a mayor, "the chief urban designer of a city," to be able to ask question, identify the strengths and weaknesses, and suggest ways to improve design proposals. 

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