New Publication: Julie Campoli on Livable, Walkable Cities

Made For WalkingIn her new book Made for Walking: Density and Neighborhood Form, landscape architect, urban designer and photographer Julie Campoli (LF 2010) identifies the essential characteristics of successful urban neighborhoods that provide a better quality of life and a reduced carbon footprint. Richly illustrated and based on the latest research on urban form and travel behavior, Made for Walking examines 12 detailed case studies that provide new ideas about the role of density and diverse land uses.

The book is published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, a partner of the Loeb Fellowship. Read more about Made for Walking.

Fellowship Year: 2010
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