Video Summary: Internationally acclaimed architect Alejandro Aravena is the 2019 recipient of the Urban Land Institute’s Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development. Aravena’s rise to prominence stemmed from his ability to synthesize design challenges to provide solutions that channel people’s capacity to create vibrant communities. Aravena is based in Santiago, Chile, and is executive director of ELEMENTAL. Learn more at uli.org/nichols Winners, and elementalchile.cl.
An in-depth conversation with practitioners from two high-profile public-private redevelopment projects which will deliver over 3,000 units of affordable and market-rate housing in the Boston area: Bunker Hill Housing Redevelopment and Clarendon Hill...
Watch as Ellen Dunham-Jones shares a series of case studies in which city leaders formed key partnerships to redevelop, re-inhabit, and re-green underperforming suburban properties to address challenges they were never designed for.
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