Too big to fail, too huge to succeed: What we should learn from Carillion By Hank Dittmar (This article appeared on bdonline on 18 January, 2018.) The collapse of Carillion […]
A new magazine called Impacts from the Savills Global Research department features Hank Dittmar in a debate on the merits of mid rise, mixed use cities versus high rise cities. […]
The Manama Souk Committee of the Bahrain Chamber met 20 November to hear a report from Hank Dittmar Associates on the Souq Project, including a programme to provide grants to improve […]
Jane Jacobs argued against one size fits all solutions. It’s time to re-evaluate her ideas in the light of global financial property investment, says Hank Dittmar in his latest column. […]
In his October 2017 column for Building Design, Hank Dittmar reviews the shortlist for the Oxford Cambridge Corridor “Ideas Competition” and worries that it is window dressing. “Must Design Competitions […]
In mid October, Hank Dittmar led the first “Pink Zone Workshop” for the Project for Lean Urbanism in Savannah Georgia. The pilot project will identify ways to lessen the regulatory […]
Hank Dittmar writes in Building Design on the flaws in the proposal to build a new concert hall in a roundabout currently occupied by the Museum of London.
Hank Dittmar is one of the industry leaders reacting to yesterday’s general election in the U.K., and the news that there is a hung parliament. Read about it here.
1 June 2017: The online journal Public Square today features an in depth interview with Hank Dittmar and colleague Brian Falk of the Center for Advanced Transect Studies on Lean Urbanism. […]
Hank Dittmar Associates presented its master plan and strategies for preserving and revitalising the historic soul in Manama, the capital city of Bahrain, DT News reported on 10 April. The […]
Hank Dittmar argues that architects are key to enabling individuals and small groups to build their own homes, an that architects should consider becoming small developers, in his latest Building […]