Global Exchange fosters dialogue between New York and other cities pioneering new approaches to housing, infrastructure and open space.4>
Hosted with New London Architecture and Kohn Pedersen Fox, our transatlantic exchanges bring together industry professionals in New York and London to share knowledge on key issues in both cities, from affordable housing policy to tall buildings.
What does the pandemic reveal about urban design, infrastructure, and governance? And how can we build a more just city for New Yorkers hardest hit by the public health and economic crisis?
Cities around the world are leveraging private development to build new neighborhoods, public spaces, transit networks and social housing.
In 2015, the Urban Design Forum explored China’s great urban migration. Over the last 30 years, more than 200 million people have migrated from the countryside to China’s cities, and officials plan to relocate another 250 million rural residents over the next decade. What are the consequences of this vast urban shift?
In association with New London Architecture and the Center for Architecture, join us for a discussion on innovation districts, with lessons from, and for New York and London.
On October 20, join us for a discussion on how we can transform streets to support mental and physical health.
On May 5, join us to discuss how we can transform streets to form more connected communities across our global cities.
On July 24, join us for a discussion with the Mayor of Kochi and local design leaders on tailoring containment strategies to fit urban challenges in India.
On July 8, join us for a lunchtime discussion on Amsterdam's sustainable 'Doughnut Model' for recovery from the Covid-19 crisis.
On June 22, join us for a lunchtime discussion with Raquel Rolnik on how leaders in São Paulo are organizing to support communities hit hard by Coronavirus.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Urban Design Forum launched City Life After Coronavirus, a digital program convening Fellows and international experts to document global responses to the current crisis and to strategize a road to recovery for New York City. In April, we released a Call for Ideas to our network soliciting a […]
Posted — September 4, 2020