Launch of Thrive 105-93 Report, Cleveland

Launch of the Thrive 105-95 report for new vision for the #10 bus corridor and the neighborhoods it connects. The proposed streetscape, transit, and economic development enhancements seek to provide better access to employment, improve public safety, support healthier lifestyles. The 7 mile long E 93rd Street, Woodhill Rd and E105th Street corridor engages 8 neighborhoods with significant vacancy challenges. The planning effort includes BRT level amenities for transit riders and establishes redevelopment plans and design guidance for 6 strategic corridor neighborhoods.

"Dabbawalas of Mumbai" at Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism

Short film exhibited as part of 'Dabbawalas of Mumbai' with Rahul Mehrotra, Michael Jen, and Rajesh Vora for this exhibition on informality. Presented as part of "Five Technology Commons: Moving" at the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, curated Youngseok Lee and Jeffrey S. Anderson.

From the Seoul Biennale: "Moving is much more than an instrumental process of reaching a certain destination, potentially the most socially interactive of the commons. Hence, the walking city is the healthy city. It is an energy-intensive activity, accounting for a large percentage of overall carbon emissions. Electromobility, sharing schemes for unipersonal or logistic vehicles, devices with cognitive and learning capacities are now spreading worldwide, anticipating decentralized urban transport infrastructures with a minimal carbon footprint, new forms of social and spatial organizations, and new kinds of productive functions within the city."

Nine Commons: Filmic Introductions exhibition site. Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, Seoul, KOR 2 September – 5 November 2017