A nearly decade-long effort to restore the boyhood home of jazz great Miles Davis and open it as a museum is nearing its culmination.
By Brett Blume
Miles Davis’ childhood home is without siding. Workers are installing a new roof.
By WILLIS RYDER ARNOLD
The Creative Exchange Lab brings architecture and design to the community for the greater good.
By William Powell
By Sylvester Brown Jr
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Option Studio, Fall 2015
Course Instructor: Dan D’Oca
Teaching Assistant: Dana McKinney
They’ve been languishing for a long time but are finally becoming sites of urban intervention.
By TANVI MISRA
TEDxGatewayArch City2.1, Jasmin ABER
Jasmin Aber – Executive Director CEL, presents her research and ideas about urban renewal through the creative process.
By Diane Toroian Keaggy dkeaggy
– Current Developments in Urban Planning from Different Countries
edited by: Karina Pallagst, Thorsten Wiechmann, and Cristina Martinez-Fernandez
Q & A With Architect Jasmin Aber, Curator of InterActive: New
Technologies in Contemporary Architecture
By Stefene Russell
By Liam Otten
City of San Jose, 1st ACT Silicon Valley and ZeroOne San Jose to Host International City Leaders at Global Leadership Forum on Economic and Cultural Development
Economic Regeneration Strategies for Shrinking Cities in the context of The New Economy – Architecture, Culture-led Regeneration and the Creative Community
International Symposium “Coping with City Shrinkage and Demographic Change – Lessons from around the Globe”
Approved by the San José City Council
March 18, 2003
City of San José