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Karen Abrams on the Problem with Placemaking

Karen Abrams (LF ’17) finds the concept of placemaking has a disturbing resonance with the worst excesses of colonialism: an erasure of the presence and culture of the indigenous population. She contemplates recent developments in Harlem and makes her argument … read more

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Design by Community: the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows at the Bruner Loeb Forum

As practitioners, policy makers and thinkers gathered at the 2014 Bruner Loeb Forum to discuss how to tackle design equity on the ground, one group exemplified the community-driven agenda. The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows are a distinguished group of young … read more

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