Photo by Flickr user Eric Fischer.
From the High Line in New York City to Las Ramblas in Barcelona, cities are defined by their urban public spaces. But what does it take to create a world-class urban place, and which spaces have the most potential in San Jose? Put ideas to the test in this workshop as we learn about what makes for a successful public space, and then put pen to paper as we rethink the future of three significant public spaces in San Jose: the Diridon Station Area, Paseo de San Antonio and Guadalupe River Park. Generously sponsored by the Knight Foundation.
+ Thang Do / Aedis Architects
+ Timothy Rood / City of San Jose
+ Christine Laing / Gensler
+ Ben Grant / SPUR
Please register in advance.
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Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.