This publication summarizes the outcomes and lessons learned from the Fall 2017 course titled “Emergent Urbanism: Planning and Design Visions for the City of Hermosillo, Mexico” (ADV-9146). Taught by professors Diane Davis and Felipe Vera, this course asked a group of 12 students to design a set of projects that could lay the groundwork for a sustainable future for the city of Hermosillo—an emerging city located in northwest Mexico and the capital of the state of Sonora. Part of a larger initiative funded by the Inter-American Development Bank and the North-American Development Bank in partnership with Harvard University, ideas developed for this class were the product of collaboration between faculty and students at the Graduate School of Design, the Kennedy School’s Center for International Development and the T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
- 1. Introduction: Setting the stage
- 2. Preparing for action in emerging cities: foundational materials
- 3. Planning & design visions for Hermosillo
- 4. Connecting the dots: a blueprint for collaborative innovation
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TitleCity Design, Planning & Policy Innovations: The Case of Hermosillo
AuthorDavis, Diane E.; Vera, Felipe; Arcia, Diego; Seijas, Andreina;
PublisherInter-American Development Bank, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies DRCLAS, Harvard Unioversity - Graduate School of Design