Field Studies in Real Estate, Urban Planning and Design
This field study course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the dynamics and complexities of real-world development challenges that create contemporary urban physical environments. The course emphasizes the integration of design and financial feasibility with development aspects of projects that respond to realistic market demand and political, environmental, and other regulatory constraints—how financial implications affect planning and design, and vice versa. The course is intended for real estate professionals, architects, urban planners, urban designers, and landscape architects to broaden their understanding of urban development issues and public-private development implementation strategies, as well as to improve their skills in design and financial analysis.
Please note that this course has scheduled a first irregular meeting on on Monday, August 31, at 4.35-6 pm. Please make sure to check the Canvas site of the course for the meeting Zoom links.
2021 Plimpton-Poorvu Design Prize, Honorable Mention: Dolvi Township Project
Richard Peiser, Faculty Advisor