Shin-pei Tsay is a Commissioner in the Public Design Commission of the City of New York, former Executive Director of The Gehl Institute, (to just scratch the surface) and a huge proponent of public spaces.
Michael Stepner (FAIA, FAICP) is a Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the New School of Architecture in San Diego and has 27 years of experience working within the city of San Diego, including the City Architect Role. Michael shares humble advice from a lifetime of work.
Anthony Flint is the author of Modern Man: The Life of Le Corbusier and Wrestling with Moses: How Jane Jacobs Took on New York’s master builder. Anthony is a regular contributor to The Atlantic’s CityLab, The Boston Globe, The New Republic and much more. In this episode we talk about the role of story telling in urban design, traveling in a city versus living in one, the biological component of design, and of course, Le Corbusier and Jane Jacobs.
Joseph Minicozzi is the principal of Urban3 with over 20 years experience of designing cities. Joe has shown how his town, Asheville NC , can teach us all a lesson on how our cities can function and grow to meet each of our needs. Joe talks on everything from human centered cities to the economy, to even how city design can directly affect your health. Joe is a great story teller and has important things to share. Enjoy!