WHAT: Each year the Georgia Tech Student Planning Association hosts a panel discussion, open to the public, surrounding a current planning event to celebrate World Town Planning Day. This year, the panel discussion will focus on innovations in zoning for large cities and how these could be applied in Atlanta. The panel will discuss the state […]
As Atlanta moves away from a principally car-focused orientation for its roads and looks towards more complete streets, how can planners and designers equitably distribute these physical spaces between different uses and users?
This lecture will outline the rapid development of new tools for visualising cities and their functions with an emphasis on how they can be used in the analytical phases of urban design.
You are cordially invited to the Georgia Tech Student Planning Association’s World Town Planning Day event, Life After the Braves: Redeveloping Turner Field. The Atlanta Braves are moving out of Turner Field, and into the suburbs.
The Future of Planning – Practice and ProfessionWilliam Anderson, FAICPPresident, APA + Vice President, AECOM September 2, 20146pm – 7:15pm123 Architecture East 123 Architecture East, the Reinsch-Peirce Family Auditorium, is located in Architecture East on the 1st floor. For parking and directions, please visit the College of Architecture information page.
This book is the first to explore the dramatic amplification of global warming underway in cities and the range of actions that individuals and governments can undertake to slow the pace of warming.
Celebrate World Town Planning Day at Georgia Tech, Monday 5 November 1800-2000, 123 Architecture East Building.
Please join us and our selected panelists as we discuss the Georgia State Water Plan and its impact on water planning practices.