A team of researchers in Portugal, Croatia, and Boston have been considering how future tourism development might better be leveraged to create more resilient coastal environments, using Algarve and Dalmatia as comparative case studies.
Northeastern University’s School of Architecture, in collaboration with the Akademie der Künste in Berlin, hosted an international conference on the changing relationship of public participation to architecture and urban design in Boston and Berlin.
This conference explored the nature and influence of the public process today, and how we might transform it to face the challenges of the new century.
Home Work: Contemporary Housing Delivery Systems is part of a series of events conceived to engage the core challenges and opportunities facing architecture and its role in shaping our cities.
This conference is the first in a series organized by the School of Architecture at Northeastern addressing real-world issues facing architects today, particularly issues that span the academic and the professional realms.
The goal of this conference was to a multi-disciplinary team of design experts together with mayors themselves, to focus on a specific urban challenge or opportunity
The School of Architecture hosted a design charrette in 1993 in order to help the citizens envision ways in which this comprehensive idea for planning, public space, development, and transportation might aid the growth for the region.