Monthly Archives: December 2010

If planning doesn’t work, is the answer chaos? Surely not…

“I mean, bluntly, there comes a question in life – do you believe planning works, that clever people sitting in a room can plan how people’s communities should develop? Or do you believe it can’t work? “I believe it can’t … Continue reading

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Weekly update

13-19th December 2010 Monday Final review presentations by students of Prof Richard Peiser at Harvard GSD. Work on UCL Space Syntax software licensing agreement. Work on Loeb Fellows Public Seminar series – Technology – with Chee Pearlman.  Tuesday Meeting with … Continue reading

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Weekly update

6-12th December 2010 Monday Space Syntax Limited Board Meeting. Meeting with Staff, Board & Shareholders of Space Syntax Limited to discuss the Company Business Plan, with David Cobb of UCL Bartlett, Kathryn Redway & Martin Butterworth, MD of Space Syntax … Continue reading

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Weekly update

29th November-5th December 2010 Monday Meeting with Space Syntax colleagues regarding international affiliate network. Tuesday Presentation to Loeb Fellows. Reception with MIT SPURS and Humphries Fellows, with presentation on “The Just City” by Prof Susan Fainstein. Wednesday Meeting with Armando … Continue reading

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Social Entrepreneurship in the Built Environment

Tweetroll from an evening at the Harvard Graduate School of Design with actor/activist Edward Norton and developer Jonathan Rose Social Entrepreneurship in the Built Environment Piper Auditorium, 1st December 2010 Edward Norton quoting his grandfather Jim Rouse: The purpose of … Continue reading

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