urban design

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National Walking Summit Event Meghan McMullen
Professor Dunham-Jones addresses the rebirth of the American shopping mall External News Jessie Brandon
SCaRP Imagine Memorial Corridor Study ready for public to review External News Jessie Brandon
Exhibition: Design for Healthy Living at the Museum of Design Atlanta Event Meghan McMullen
Webinar: Active Living Planning, Design and Policy for Municipalities Event Meghan McMullen
Mega malls aren’t necessarily doomed, says prof Dunham-Jones External News Jessie Brandon
Prof. Dunham-Jones discusses dying malls and the resulting opportunity for diverse development External News Jessie Brandon
Webinar: Creating a Fit Nation: Tips and Tools from the Authors of New York's Active Design Guidelines Event Meghan McMullen
Georgia Tech’s urban design team proposes an ecological urban plan for the Future Waterfront at the Pearl River Delta of China News Jessie Brandon
Redevelop parking lots to avoid displacement argues prof. Dunham-Jones External News Kyle James
Richard Dagenhart's 4th design lesson: boundaries need not be buffers External News Kyle James
Prof. Dunham-Jones to deliver keynote on the benefits of redevelopment External News Kyle James
Georgia Tech team named finalists in prestigious Urban Land Institute Hines Student Urban Design competition, will compete for $50K first prize News Lisa Herrmann
School of Architecture Professor Named to 2014 Hanley Wood Sustainability Council News Lisa Herrmann
Location may explain why some malls thrive and others die says Prof. Dunham-Jones External News Kyle James