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Discussion: Downtown LA, Re-Envisioned + Revitalized

  • 15:43 - 2 March, 2016
Discussion: Downtown LA, Re-Envisioned + Revitalized
Discussion: Downtown LA, Re-Envisioned + Revitalized

Downtown Los ​Angeles is on the verge of a breakthrough moment. It is becoming more livable, walkable and enjoyable as we speak. But what's missing? A multidisciplinary panel at the A+D Museum examines the promise of DTLA almost a decade after the museum's show Enlightened Development asked the question: How do we foster a "sustainable downtown revitalization"? What can we learn from other cities where a similar downtown renaissance has taken place?

The panelists will discuss next steps for transforming Downtown Los Angeles into one of the world's best places to live - and a 21st-century urban destination. Presented by Carrier Johnson + CULTURE.

Moderator:

  • Susan S. Szenasy, editor in chief and publisher, METROPOLIS Magazine

Panelists:

  • Gordon Carrier, FAIA, principal, Carrier Johnson + CULTURE (architect)
  • Tom Warren, COO, Holland Development (developer) [invited]
  • Hal Bastian, CEO, Hal Bastian Inc., and former EVP, L.A. Downtown Center BID (advocate)

AIA/CES credit:
1.0 AIA Learning Units

Refreshments will be served.

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Cite: "Discussion: Downtown LA, Re-Envisioned + Revitalized" 02 Mar 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/783079/discussion-downtown-la-re-envisioned-plus-revitalized/> ISSN 0719-8884

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