Watch Ed Mazria and Peter Calthorpe’s Presentation from CNU 23

Architecture 2030 Founder and CEO Edward Mazria and internationally renowned expert Peter Calthorpe recently addressed the 23rd meeting of the Congress for the New Urbanism in Dallas, TX. Here is the video of their provocative presentation about their trend-setting work in architecture and planning. They address the most pressing issues of our time – urbanization, energy, and […]

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2015 Kemper Award, Edward Mazria

The Board of Directors of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) bestowed the Edward C. Kemper Award on Edward Mazria, AIA, for catalyzing the architecture community to address climate change through the design of decarbonized, sustainable, and resilient built environments.

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And Then There Were Eight

Number one was Seattle in 2011, the list grew by two in 2012, grew to four in 2013, and then there were eight 2030 Districts in 2014 – Seattle, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Denver, Stamford, Dallas, and San Francisco – with an additional eight Districts forming across the U.S. and Canada. 2030 Districts are private/public […]

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Expanding the 2030 Palette: Facades and Shared Streets

This week we added two new In-Depth Information pages and one new Swatch overview page to the 2030 Palette, our complete online framework for planning and designing decarbonized, resilient and sustainable built environments worldwide. The In-Depth Information pages provide the background and strategies needed for planning a Shared Street – a public street that combines […]

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