Join us at the COR Museum at noon for free lecture series
The Raleigh Urban Design Center (UDC) invites you to join us at noon at the COR Museum,
On Wednesday, November 9, 2016 for:
Urban Design in Raleigh
Urban design matters! This is reflected in how Raleigh has shaped its form and growth over the last decade. Raleigh's fast paced growth in recent years came with its own new urban design challenges ranging from transportation, historic preservation, to managing public spaces and guiding the form and quality of development. Urban design experts at the Urban Design Center have played an influential role in the city’s transformation from a sprawling suburb to an emerging 21st century city. Please come and learn about how urban design has evolved in Raleigh with the influential role of the services provided by the city's Urban Design Center, an office of the Department of City Planning.
Speakers from the Raleigh Urban Design Center:
Roberta MK Fox, AIA, ASLA
Assistant Planning Director, Design + Planning
Carter Pettibone, AICP
Senior Urban Designer – Design Policy
Dhanya Purushothaman-Sandeep, AICP
Senior Urban Designer – Design Assistance
Joe Michael, AIA
Senior Urban Designer – Civic Design & Implementation
Martha Hobbs Lauer
Senior Planner – Historic Preservation
All events are free and open to the public. Registrations not required and no reservations are needed. Attendees are welcome to bring lunch to the talks.
UDCtalks will qualify for education credits via self submittal for AICP, AIA, and NCBOLA.
- Urban Design in Raleigh
- Nov 09, 2016
- Noon - 1:30 pm
- City of Raleigh Museum
- 220 Fayetteville Street
- Raleigh, NC 27601