11.333J / 4.244J
Examines innovations in urban design practice occurring through the work of leading practitioners in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning. Features evening or in-class lectures by major national and global practitioners in urban design. Projects and topics discussed will depend on speakers and semester topics but may include architectural urbanism, landscape and ecology, arts and culture, urban design regulation and planning agencies, and citywide and regional design. Focuses on analysis and synthesis of themes discussed in class presentations and discussions.
Note: Urban Design Seminar is required for students seeking the Urban Design Certificate.