Urban Remix Design Charrette and Public Reveal

November 2nd, 2012  —  CharretteCommercial CorridorsDesign ServicesInfill PhiladelphiaPlacemaking

Join us on Friday, November 16 to envision how we can create a sustainable community at 46th and Market Streets.

The blocks surrounding SEPTA’s recently-renovated 46th Street Station are bursting with development—the relocated Youth Study Center, a branch of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and the new headquarters for the Philadelphia Police Department. But how can this emerging health and human services district truly serve a citywide constituency and also the residents and businesses next door?

There are two great ways to participate!

Design Charrette
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Center for Architecture, 1218 Arch Street

Collaborate with a team of designers, public agencies, and neighborhood representatives to envision the district’s future. Combine urban design strategies like transit-oriented development, placemaking, and green infrastructure to create a vibrant new city and neighborhood destination. The charrette is part of Design on the Delaware 2012, a regional professional development conference for architects, landscape architects, urban planners, and other design professionals. REGISTER

Participants can earn 8 hours of continuing education credit. 8 AIA/CES (HSW/SD) CEHs; 8 AICP CM; 8 LA (HSW) CES; 8 CEU Eligible for PA Landscape Architects; 8 PDH Equivalent.

Public Reveal
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Center for Architecture, 1218 Arch Street

Join us for fun, fast-paced presentations by the charrette teams and responses from our expert panel.
Reception to follow. RSVP

Panelists
Glen Abrams, Philadelphia Water Department
Jonathan Alderson, Jonathan Alderson Landscape Architects
Tina Brooks, LISC
Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, City of Philadelphia
Rich DeMarco, Zoning Code Commission
Della Clark, The Enterprise Center
Scott Page, Interface Studio
Danielle DiLeo Kim, Philadelphia City Planning Commission (Moderator)

Program Partners
Philadelphia Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Community Design Collaborative, AIA Philadelphia Urban Design Committee, The Enterprise Center CDC, Philadelphia Water Department, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 3