Category: Public Space

Celebrating UDL@10

by | December 18, 2015

On December 8th the Urban Design Lab celebrated 10 years of research pushing the frontiers of urban innovation and interdisciplinary boundaries. There was acknowledgment of meaningful partnerships all over the world, and optimism about further collaborations. In a festive and warm atmosphere colleagues and partners from various professional backgrounds came together at Steelcase on Columbus […]

Alternative Futures for New Rochelle: The Next Generation Live/Work City

by | November 13, 2014

This report projects future development scenarios for New Rochelle, New York, within the context of the New York City and Long Island Sound regions. Exploring a diversity of possibilities, the report’s overriding concern engages ecological considerations related to New Rochelle’s unique position as a transportation hub on the edge of the most urbanized estuary in […]

UDL Wins Coastal SEES Grant

by | November 27, 2013

In September 2013, the National Science Foundation announced that the Urban Design Lab (UDL) had been awarded a five year, $2.5 million Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability (SEES) grant to study how New York City urban green infrastructure can mitigate coastal zone pollution. UDL Co-Director Patricia Culligan leads a team integrating urban planning and […]

Rights of Way

by | November 12, 2009

Urban Design Lab (UDL) Project Manager Richard Gonzalez participated in 2009 in a conference sponsored by the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies Program at Barnard College on urbanism in relation to public space in New York City titled “Rights of Way”. The panel presentation was followed by a question and answer session with architects, […]