<p>This article from the <em>Harvard Design Magazine</em> looks at slums in Latin America and discusses the important role they play in their cities. Preserving the positive qualities of these communities is increasingly preferred over slum clearance.</p>
May 19, 2008 Harvard Design Magazine
<p>Climate change and rising sea levels will greatly threaten many of the world's cities and should be considered when planning and designing for coastal areas. But this article argues that planners and designers haven't yet "connected the dots".</p>
Nov 2, 2007 Harvard Design Magazine
New York's deputy mayor for economic development, Daniel L. Doctoroff, has a grand and energetic vision for New Yorks' urban renewal. Flavors of Robert Moses are evoked.
May 9, 2005 Harvard Design Magazine
Harvard Professor Jerold Kayden's outlines the mission of Harvard's urban planning Program.
May 7, 2005 Harvard Design Magazine
John Kaliski outlines the 'democratic' challenge to urban design by community planning.
May 6, 2005 Harvard Design Magazine
Michael Gamble and W. Jude Leblanc offer new models for the redesign of America's commercial strips.
Mar 18, 2005 Harvard Design Magazine
The incomplete lesson of the Sydney Opera House may provide guidance for using iconic public buildings as sites of technological innovation.
Mar 17, 2005 Harvard Design Magazine
Rail critics identify eight "myths" about Honolulu's proposed $2.6 billion rail system.
Mar 8, 2005 Harvard Design Magazine
Rediscover the magic of electric light, and its impact upon urbanization.
Nov 8, 2003 Harvard Design Magazine
Matthew Kiefer frames the recent debates over sprawl into a larger context of the evolving meaning of urban sprawl in everyday lives.
Sep 29, 2003 Harvard Design Magazine