CNU 20 - Looking Forward: New Urbanism and the New World





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Published on May 29, 2012

As we enter CNU's third decade, economic, political, and environmental conditions pose serious challenges for the built and natural environment, as well as New Urbanist practice. Two of CNU's Founders will open this session with lectures addressing these challenges. Andres Duany will present the 21st century crises that call for New Urbanists to adapt, including slow development, the public process, suburban retrofit, agricultural urbanism, and the theology of metrics. Dan Solomon will discuss the tensions between new urbanism's roots in the nuanced complexity of the city and the reductive codifying of New Urbanist practice.

Following the opening lectures, we will tackle New Urbanism's future with open source small group discussions around the theme of "How can the New Urbanism help us meet the challenges of the New World?" These sessions will launch this year's Open Source Congress.

Andrés Duany, Principal, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company
Jennifer Hurley, AICP, NJPP, CNU-A, President & CEO, Hurley-Franks & Associates
Daniel Solomon, Principal, Daniel Solomon Design Partners


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