The Pink Zone is a powerful tool for concentrating resources on the task of enabling small-scale, community-centered development and revitalization. The Pink Zone is an area of a town or […]
Hank Dittmar opines that the smart city is already here, in an expert panel for Jaguar’s InMotion magazine.
Ebenezer Howard’s Garden Cities were carefully planned with strict design codes and infrastructure funded by the uplift in land values. The same principles should be applied to the new garden […]
In the wake of the Ghost Ship arts warehouse tragedy, Hank Dittmar calls for a campaign to make safe places for the arts, moving them from being grey zones outside […]
Hank Dittmar, speaking at Congress for the New Urbanism 23 in Dallas, Texas, outlines the Project for Lean Urbanism’s plans for Pilot Projects. Hank Dittmar video st CNU 23.
Scaling Back the Bureaucracy: Neighborhood revitalization unleashed by making small-scale projects easier Project for Lean Urbanism announces Pilot Projects in Lafayette, Chattanooga, Saint Paul, and Savannah Four cities have been […]
Citing Plato, Aristotle, Hume, Hegel and Burke, Transport Minister John Hayes has issued a clarion call for better design in transport infrastructure. His call for beauty, not brutalism has riled […]
Hank Dittmar and Brian Falk have written a new paper for the Project for Lean Urbanism on the Pink (or Lean) Zone. The Pink Zone is a powerful tool for concentrating […]