Designing Public Consensus
The Civic Theater of Community Participation for
Architects, Landscape Architects, Planners, and Urban Designers
WHY TO BUY
This will be the key professional reference for architect, planners, and
urban designers working with community groups and municipalities.
Barbara Faga, FASLA, is the chair of the board of EDAW, environmental, economic, planning and design consultants with 1000 employees and 26 offices worldwide. Recent projects include chairing a task force for Mayor Shirley Franklin resulting in a new direction for parks and open space in Atlanta; Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta; Diagonal Mar Parc, Barcelona; South Beach and Ocean neighborhoods urban design/streetscape and Indian Creek Greenway--$50M in construction cost, Miami Beach; Carter Presidential Center, Atlanta; Celebration, Florida; Schuykill River master plan, Philadelphia, PA and Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth. She is currently conducting public meetings for the Wharf District Park Plan, of the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a park over the $15B big-dig in Boston and working on the design for West Peachtree Street in Atlanta. Ms. Faga has worked as an in-house landscape architect and urban designer with the cities of Atlanta, Georgia, and Alexandria, Virginia. She received the Distinguished Alumni Award, Landscape Architecture, Michigan State University in 1998 and was recently named one of the top 15 women changing the world of architecture by
DesignIntelligence, February 2003.
Barbara has conducted numerous public meetings, served as a board member and chaired several environmental, professional and retail associations and speaks regularly in the US and South America on urban issues for professional associations, public agencies, and universities. Barbara is a planner and landscape architect with more than 25 years of experience
emphasizing downtown plans, master planning, site planning, construction and recreation planning. She has directed complex teams on large time-sensitive and award winning projects including; preservation plans, retail, downtown revitalization plans, waterfront development, parks and recreation, land management plans and housing and community developments. She has worked in a variety of locations including South America, the Middle East and Europe.
ISBN10: 0-471-68119-9 ISBN13: 978-0-471-68119-9 In Store Date: March 10, 2006 Publication Date: March 31, 2006
Price: US$ 65.00
Number of Illustrations: • Photos: B&W: 50 Color:28 • Drawings: B&W: 80 Color:0 Subject: (AR70) Professional Practice Field: ARGD00 (Architecture and Design)
Discipline: ARX000 (Architecture) Subdiscipline: ARX100 (Architecture) Course: AR0650 (Urban Design & Planning)
Product Line: (Z1) Architecture/Engineering
Discount Group: (4P) Professional(PL: BFHKRUZ,ISY3)
Bookstore Category: (ARC015000) ARCHITECTURE/Professional Practice Editor: (031) Czarnecki, J.
Marketing Manager: (44) Mayhew, Justin
Publisher: (Z1) Amanda Miller EAN: 9780471681199 UPC: 723812699377
Market Restrictions: World Rights Rights: Partial Rights: Translation; No rights: 1st Serial, Mail Order, Reprint, TV/Film, All Electronic,
Anthology/Condensed, Merchandising, 2nd Serial, Book Club, Audio
- The only professional reference for architects, planners, and urban designers on how to work with community groups and municipalities.
- Contains relevant, contemporary case studies of architects, planners, and urban designers, in large and small firms, working with community groups, small towns, or large cities and bureaucracies.
- Written by the chair of EDAW, which has done the master plan for the Big Dig in Boston and Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park. The planning process for the Big Dig site and the WTC site in New York will be major cases in the book. - Includes contributions from Graham Wyatt, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, Fred Kent, Jason Prior, Rebecca Barnes, Lynn Wolff, Andrea Cochran, Harvey Sasso, Will Rogers.
Market description(Please include secondary markets) architects, planners, urban designers, landscape designers, engineers secondary: developers, municipalities, government officials
Designing Public Consensus
The Civic Theater of Community Participation for Architects,
Landscape Architects, Planners, and Urban Designers
About the book
Written for the design professional, the book will offer examples of management of the public process in projects large and small involving architects, planners, and urban designers. The book will have methods, tips and strategies for working with various constituencies in a design project.
Related titles(Add sales information)
• Gratz, Cities Back from the Edge, 0471144177, 03/98, 384 pages, $45 (6,669 total sales, cloth edition since 1998). • Hazel, George, Making Cities Work, 047084681x, 12/03, 208 pages, $55. Wiley Academy.
• Sanoff, Henry, Community Participation Methods in Design and Planning, 0471355453, 1/00, hardcover, 320 pages, $65. (1439 net units, through 8/03).
• Henton, Douglas, John Melville and Kim Walesh, Civic Revolutionaries: Igniting the Passion for Change in America's Communities, 0787963933, 10/03, 288 pages, $30. Jossey-Bass.
secondary recent related titles by Wiley Academy:
0470858311/ Urban Flashes: Simultaneous Spontaneous Architectures 0470847409/ Sustainable Place by Christine Phillips
0470851600/ Urbanism: Imported or Exported? by Joe Nasr and Mercedes Volait 0471490989/ Planning the Twentieth Century City by Stephen Ward
0471983454/ The Evolution of American Urban Design by David Gosling 0470845538/ The Boiled Frog Syndrome: Your Health and the Build Environment