Tag Archives: Affordable housing

Neal Morris’s Iberville Rehabs Wins Rudy Bruner Silver

The site visits are completed, the selection committee has ruled, and word is out that Redmoon Restoration and Development, headed by Neal Morris (LF ’10), has taken a silver Rudy Bruner Award. It’s 26 historic homes turned into jewel-like residences for … read more

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Jim Stockard: Why affordable housing needs to be a right, not a privilege

If any people still have doubts that a right to housing is a good idea, Jim Stockard’s (LF '78) opinion piece for the TED community will set them straight. He thinks national Chapter 40B legislation is called for. Read his urgent … read more

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To Get to a Rudy Bruner Award Winner

The Rudy Bruner Award winner will be announced in June, and in the meantime the RBA team is on the road, visiting finalists before deliberations. Recently they were in New Orleans to get an up-close view of Iberville Offsite Rehabs, historic … read more

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Introducing the 2018 Loeb Fellows

The Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design is pleased to announce the incoming class of 2018. Each year the Fellowship selects a group of exceptional midcareer practitioners whose work has influenced the built and natural environment, for a year … read more

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Detroit Dispatch

When Maurice Cox (LF ’05) assumed leadership of the Detroit Planning Office, he staffed the office to reflect the population it serves. That and a few core principles–go into the neighborhoods, deliver on promises, demonstrate change from the start of … read more

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Housing and Caring for an Aging Population

How do we house and care for an aging population?   On Monday evening, over 50 attendees gathered at the Harvard Graduate School of Design to hear about one of the most urgent issues of the coming decades: Housing Policy … read more

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Enterprise Climate and Cultural Resilience RFP: by 3/31

Enterprise has issued a call for proposals for projects that use the tools of creative placemaking to build both cultural resilience and climate resilience. Five Climate and Cultural Resilience grants of $100,000 each will be made to support activities undertaken … read more

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Housing and Policy in an Aging America–Panel discussion 3/6

Loeb Emi Kiyota (founder of Ibasho) will be part of a March 6 panel discussion, Housing and Policy in an Aging America, sponsored by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard GSD.  She’ll be joined by Ann Forsyth (professor … read more

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Lamster to Carson: It’s harder than brain surgery

In the true spirit of the giving season, Loeb Mark Lamster offers Ben Carson, Donald Trump's pick for secretary of HUD, some insights and advice about the agency he’s going to lead and the responsibility he’s undertaking. As architecture critic for the … read more

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Loeb Fellows to Facebook: Think Regionally

Last month, when Facebook invited Loeb alums to its newly expanded corporate headquarters as part of a bus tour of Silicon Valley, it realized it had an informal braintrust it could mine for ideas about a variety of challenges Facebook … read more

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