Transforming Urbanism: Centennial Lecture

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Teri Nagel
College of Architecture
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Summary Sentence: Hear from a handful of visionaries who are shaping our communities

Full Summary: Hear from a handful of visionaries who are shaping our communities.

While Georgia Tech grads have been shaping the buildings of Atlanta since the early 20th century, the College's significant impact on urban design in metro Atlanta is a more recent phenomenon. Atlantic Station and the Beltline are but two of the transformational projects with roots in Georgia Tech thesis projects. This panel discussion with young leaders in Atlanta's urban design and development will reflect on the role of the College in advancing more sustainable urbanism.

AIA credits available. AICP Certification Maintenance credit applied for.

Speakers include:
Brian Leary (Arch 1996; MCP 1998)/Vice President, Design and Retail, Atlantic Station
Ryan A. Gravel (Arch 1995; M Arch and MCP 1999), Architect, Perkins+Will
Steven R. Cover (Arch 1978; M Arch and MCP 1981), Senior Vice President and Managing Principal, HOK
David Green (Arch 1987; M Arch 1991), Professor of Practice, Georgia Tech; Associate Principal, Perkins+Will
Edward McKinney (M Arch and MCP 1996), Principal, Glatting Jackson Kercher Anglin Inc.
Bob Begle (M Arch 1993), Principal, Urban Collage

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College of Design, School of Architecture

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