BSA Placemaking Network Meeting
Monday March 26, 2012 from 12 - 1:30 pm
BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Boston
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From Portland, Oregon's Pearl District to Post Office Square in Boston: What makes a public space successful? How can architects, designers, landscape designers, urban planners, artists and public officials work together to create great public places?
This and more will be discussed at the Boston Society of Archietcts' Placemaking Network Meeting on Monday March 26.
The Placemaking Network is dedicated to interdisciplinary dialogue and education about an integrated public realm. The Network examines how architects, landscape designers, urban planners, artists and public officials work together to create great public places, to turn space into place.
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