188.ENG Exploring a new urbanism book - Michael Mehaffy
Michael Mehaffy is a strategic consultant, planner, researcher, educator, urban and building designer, author and public speaker on leading advances in urban development, with over four decades of experience. Project manager and/or owner representative for industry-leading projects, with an international practice based in Portland, OR. and Stockholm, SE. Grad school in architecture at UC Berkeley, public policy and design philosophy at UT Austin, Ph.D. in architecture at Delft University of Technology.
Currently he is working with KTH University, Centre for the Future of Places and UN-Habitat, on implementation of the New Urban Agenda (adopted by all 193 countries), with a focus on the importance of public space networks for healthy urbanization and quality of life. In this episode we are talking about his new book to the Center for the Future of Places.
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This episode is done in collaboration with the Centre for the Future of Place at KTH the Royal Institute of Technology.
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