Safe Spaces: Designing For Security And Civic Values

Leading experts share their experiences on how to integrate security with good design .

In response to the most recent warnings of planned terrorist acts, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has posted the complete abstracts from its July security design symposium on its web site for free viewing and download. Safe Spaces: Designing for Security and Civic Values, held in late July in Chicago, featured many of the nation’s leading experts in security planning and design who contributed abstracts of their presentations for the publication.

Thanks to Jeffrey Lofton, APR

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