Charrettes

Grist profiles Dylan House, a Brooklyn architect and "change agent" that is involving underserved community groups in charrettes to plan their urban spaces.
Nov 21, 2011   Grist
When asked to describe their town at a charrette, the residents of Canon chose words like "rundown", "courageous" and "eccentric". University of Georgia students and professors worked with locals to create a vision for the town.
May 5, 2011   The Frankling County Citizen
PlaceMatters has partnered with the National Charrette Institute on a number of occasions, providing trainings and giving panel presentations at conferences. One of our common themes is "High Touch, High Tech Charrettes." During the sessions we talk about the advantages of low tech and when it makes sense to bring in high tech. Below I have embedded a video that is a montage of clips filmed during a downtown revitalization Charrette in Wichita Kansas. Opinion
May 4, 2010   By Ken Snyder
When working a charrette in Jamaica, architect Steve Mouzon inadvertently inspired local children to set a recommendation for urban farming to song.
Apr 17, 2010   The Original Green Blog
In a region where public participation is often excluded from the planning process, urban planners are hosting a charrette in Abu Dhabi.
Jan 26, 2010   Al Bawaba
<p>A key idea of western North Carolina's Mountain Landscapes Initiative is to create a map of land already in conservation, layered with land that <em>should</em> be preserved, so that developers, builders, and residents together can plan responsibly.</p>
Jul 24, 2008   New Urban News
<p>This episode of <em>Smart City</em> includes a discussion about charrettes with Bill Lennertz of the National Charrette Institute.</p>
Mar 10, 2008   Smart City